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Publication Date: 2007
Robert L. Solso, M. Kimberly MacLin
Maclin and Solso combine a text and case approach to examine the methods of experimental psychology. Using published research findings, students read, critique, and analyze actual cases/experiments from all aspects of psychology that exemplify various design principles. This book addresses two basic challenges that students and instructors often face in the research methods course: "How do you relate research methods to the real world of research?" The pedagogical method in this book uses actual experiments to help students learn how design principles are applied in research. In this edition of "Experimental Psychology" the student will read, critique, and analyze approximately 75 cases drawn from professional literature representing every major area of psychology -- from animal studies to child psychology. "Do your students often ask, " Why am I here?" " Using this text, students will learn "how" we know "what" we know about psychological science. Teaching by example, MacLin and Solso educate students how to "do" research, as well as sharpen their reading, thinking, and writing skills.Robert L. Solso is the author of 'Experimental Psychology: A Case Approach (8th Edition)', published 2007 under ISBN 9780205410286 and ISBN 0205410286.
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