This book considers experimental designs, alternatives to experimental designs, survey methods, and how systematic collection of information can minimize alternative explanations in social psychology. It discusses meta-analysis for interpreting the results of many social psychology experiments.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
section Section I|16 pages
section Section II|55 pages
section Section III|22 pages
Alternatives to the Experimental Design
section Section IV|42 pages
Surveys—Measuring Attitudes or Opinions of a Population