Although there are many books written on the principles and methods of experimentation, few are written in a succinct, comprehensive outline format. The Concise Handbook of Experimental Methods for the Behavioral and Biological Sciences is based on a popular course taught by the author for more than two decades to assist advanced undergraduate and

chapter 3|24 pages


chapter 5|24 pages

Literature Surveys

chapter 6|28 pages

Non-Participant Ethical Issues

chapter 7|44 pages

Two Meanings of Experimental Control

chapter 9|32 pages

General Concepts and Principles

chapter 11|24 pages

1 Sampling and Generalization