Table of contents for Methods toward a science of behavior and experience / William J. Ray.
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1. What is Science? 2. Introduction to the Methods of Science. 3. Developing the Hypothesis. 4. Ethics. 5. Description of Behavior Through Numerical Representation. 6. Inferential Statistics: Making Statistical Decisions. 7. Testing the Hypothesis: A Conceptual Introduction. 8. Control: The Keystone of the Experimental Method. 9. Applying the Logic of Experimentation: Between-Subjects Designs. 10. Extending the Logic of Experimentation: Within-Subjects and Matched-Subjects Approaches. 11. The Ecology of the Experiment: The Scientist and Research Participant In Relation To Their Environments. 12. Quasi-Experimental, Correlational, and Naturalistic Observational Designs. 13. Single-Subject Designs. 14. Questionnaires, Survey Research, and Sampling. 15. Sharing the Results. 16. Beyond Method. APPENDIX A: Guidelines for Nonbiased Language in Apa Journals. APPENDIX B: Printed Article. APPENDIX C: Article Manuscript. APPENDIX D: Tables.
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Psychology -- Research -- Methodology.