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Interpretation and Evaluation of Behavioral Research

HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Random Assignment, Internal Validity
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1. Other Research Designs  Single Subject Designs o This design explores the effect of an IV (e.g. treatment) on a single participant. o Single subject designs have a baseline and tr...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Statistical Inference, Normal Distribution, Descriptive Statistics
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1. Description and Correlation  Descriptive Statistics o Descriptive statistics accurately portray and summarize data from samples and/or populations.  It’s a way of describin...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Statistical Inference
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1. Statistical Inference  Overview o Inferential statistics allow us to translate data into probability statements that we use to reach decisions about research hypotheses. ...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Analysis Of Variance, Repeated Measures Design, Test Statistic
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1. Complex Experimental Designs  Levels of the IV o As we previously discussed, there are often only two levels of the IV (e.g. treatment and no treatment). o It is possible to design...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Dependent And Independent Variables
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1. Experimental Design  Experimental Design o True experiments (random assignment of participants to experimental groups) provide the strongest evidence for claims to knowledge. ...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Operational Definition
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1. Conducting Experiments  Participants o Initially, you must determine how you will collect your sample.  What are your options? o You also need to determine how many particip...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Participant Observation, Naturalistic Observation
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1. Observational Methods, questions to consider  Approaches to Observation o Can you explain the difference between quantitative and qualitative observational methods?  Naturalistic Obser...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cluster Sampling, Stratified Sampling, Simple Random Sample
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1. Survey Research  First Steps o Define Research Objectives.  Do you think this step is always followed? o Attend to Question Wording.  Keep it simple. ...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Odometer, Consumer Reports
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1. Measurement Concepts  Measurement o A fundamental step in conducting quantitative research is measurement. o It is the process through which observations are translated into ...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Inter-Rater Reliability, Confidence Interval, Projective Test
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1. Reliability  Reliability o The degree to which tests scores are consistent over repeated applications of a measurement procedure and hence are inferred to be dependable and re...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dependent And Independent Variables, Internal Validity, Operational Definition
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1. Fundamental Research Issues: Thought questions  Research Process o Phases of the research process  Formulate the research question.  Define the constructs of interest. ...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Job Performance, Concurrent Validity, Predictive Validity
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1. Validity  Validity o Validity refers to a test's accuracy. A test is valid when it measures what it is intended to measure. o What’s the difference between validity and reliabil...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Times New Roman, Schizophrenia, Rehabilitation Counseling

1. APA Style: What You Need to Know  Overview o Title page o Abstract o Headings o Citations, quotations, and references o Other tips  Title Page o...

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HRS 610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Illusory Correlation, Inductive Reasoning

1. Introduction to Research  What do you think? o Why do master’s level practitioners need to understand research? o How important will research be to your daily work?  Science ...

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HRS 610 Lecture 2: Lecture 2

1. Ethics and Research  Ethical Principles o Non-Maleficence o Beneficence o Autonomy o Justice o Fidelity  What do each of these mean?  Ethica...

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Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organizational structures is outlined in this coordinated Guide. Theories of leadership and individual behavior are related to the foundations of group behavior ...

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