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Is an experiment, we deliberately change one or more process variables (or factors) in order to observe the effect the changes have on one or more response variables.

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  A Pragmatic View of Thematic Analysis - By Jodi Aronson 3/5 No Video Available
  A Wittgensteinian Approach to Discourse Analysis - An essay in discourse analysis by Steve Hoenisch. Criticism.Com contains other essays in discourse analysis and linguistics.   3/5
  Alternative Hypothesis - From Hyperstat Online. 2/5
  Analysis of Media Texts - Discourse Analysis. Articles. Recommended Reading and links. 2/5
  Analysising Verbal Data: Principles, Methods and Problems. - J.L. LEMKE. 3/5
  A Research Guide for Students - Research guide for students. Cite sources using MLA style documentation, numerous examples including Internet citations.  3/5 Student
  Concept Mapping - What is it? - Concept mapping is a technique for representing knowledge in graphs. Knowledge graphs are networks of concepts. Networks consist of nodes (points/vertices) and links (arcs/edges). Nodes represent concepts and links represent the relations between concepts. 3/5
  Control Group Study, Double-Blind and Random Tests - From the Skeptic's Dictionary. 3/5
  Catastrophe Theory - Catastrophe theory was very fashionable in 70-s and 80-s. Rene Thom was one of its spiritual leaders. This theory originated from qualitative solution of differential equations and it has nothing in common with Apocalypse or UFO. 3/5
  Chance, Education in Probability and Statistics - Welcome to Chance! This site contains materials to help teach a Chance course. Chance is a quantitative literacy course developed cooperatively by the Chance Team. 3/5
  Correlation Does Not Imply Causation - Model Correlation Does Not Imply Causation Even if two variables are legitimately related or correlated, there is not necessarily any causal relationship between them.  2/5
  Dual Coding Theory (A. Paivio) - The dual coding theory proposed by Paivio attempts to give equal weight to verbal and non-verbal processing. Paivio (1986) states: "Human cognition is unique in that it has become specialized for dealing simultaneously with language and with nonverbal objects and events. 2/5
  Eyetracking Study of Web Readers (Alertbox May 2000) - Study of Reading, | Search. Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox, May 14, 2000. A Web Study.   2/5
  Fallacy of the Null-Hypothesis significance Test (1960) - William W. Rozeboom St. Olaf College First published in Psychological Bulletin, 57, 416-428. 3/5
  Grounded Theory Institute - Dedicated to the evolving methodology of Dr.Barney G. Glaser, Ph.D 3/5
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Hans Irtel: PXL - Psychological Experiments Library - Professur für Allgemeine Psychologie. Prof. Dr. Hans Irtel. PXL. The Psychological Experiments Library. The PXL Collection of Psychological Experiments. Useful source code for software to run experiments in psychophysics and experimental psychology.  4/5
  Implicit Association Test - From Yale and the University of Washington. 3/5
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International Society for Twin Studies - The International Society for Twin Studies (ISTS) is an international, nonpolitical, nonprofit, multidisciplinary scientific organization. Its purpose is to further research and public education in all fields related to twins and twin studies, for the mutual benefit of twins and their families and of scientific research in general. The Society was founded in Rome in 1974. 4/5
  Introduction to Case Study - By Winston Tellis. 3/5
  How to Shift Bias - Lessons from the Baldwin effect. 3/5
  Multidimensional Scaling - Can include such areas as classical scaling, nonmetric multidimensional scaling, unidimensional scaling, Procrustes analysis, biplots, unfolding, correspondence analysis, individual differences scaling. 3/5
  Multidimensional Scaling - From a non-technical point of view, the purpose of multidimensional scaling (MDS) is to provide a visual representation of the pattern of proximities (i.e., similarities or distances) among a set of objects. 3/5
  Multidimensional Scaling - Katrijn Van Deun, Luc Delbek University of Leuven, Belgium -A short elementary overview is presented on the use of multidimensional scaling as a method of data analysis, and as a tool for perceptual and cognitive modelling in psychology. 3/5
  Psychological Experiments - Experimental Possibilities Previous: AI. Psychological Experiments. An Article.  3/5
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Power of a Hypothesis Test Applet - This applet illustrates the fundamental principles of statistical hypothesis testing through the simplest example: the test for the mean of a single normal population, variance known (the Z test). 4/5
  QualPage- Resources for qualitative research. 3/5
  Qualitative Report - The - An online journal dedicated to qualitative research since 1990. 3/5
  Rene Thom (1923- ) and Catastrophe Theory. 3/5
  Resources for Methods in Evaluation and Social Research - This site lists FREE resources for methods in evaluation and social research. The focus is on "how-to" do evaluation research and the methods used: surveys, focus groups, sampling, interviews, and other methods. Most of these links are to resources that can be read over the web. A few, like the GAO books, are for books that can be sent away for, for free (if you live in the US), as well as read over the web. 3/5
  Skeptic's Dictionary: The Placebo Effect 2/5 Student
  Systems Theory - Systems Theory: the transdisciplinary study of the abstract organization of phenomena, independent of their substance, type, or spatial or temporal scale of existence. It investigates both the principles common to all complex entities, and the (usually mathematical) models which can be used to describe them. 2/5
  The Baldwin Effect - A Bibliography. 3/5
  The History and Principles of Q Methodology in Psychology and the Social Sciences - Steven R. Brown, Department of Political Science Kent State University Kent, Ohio (USA). 3/5
 
The Monoamine Hypothesis, Placebos and Problems  - Philosophy of Science. The Monoamine Hypothesis, Placebos and Problems of Theory Construction in Psychology, Medicine, and Psychiatry.  3/5
 
Twin Studies - The Importance of Twin Studies for Individual Differences Research Nancy L. Segal California State University, Fullerton, CA Twin research designs and methods are valuable tools for examining genetic and environmental influences on behavioral. 3/5
 
Word Recall as Influenced By Verbal and Auditory Stimulus Presentation - A lecture presentation.  3/5 Student
 
 
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