Research Methods

AmoebaWeb: Research Methods

Basic Guide to Program Evaluation: Carter McNamara
Construct Validity: William Trochim
Convergent and Discriminant Validity: William Trochim
Data Preparation: William Trochim
Deductive and Inductive Reasoning: William Trochim
Descriptive Statistics: William Trochim
Designing Designs for Research: William Trochim
Establishing a Cause-Effect Relationship: William Trochim
Experimental Design: William Trochim
External Validity: William Trochim
Federal Statistics
Gallup Polls: The Gallup Organization
Hypotheses: William Trochim
Inferential Statistics: William Trochim
Internal Validity: William Trochim
Internal Validity Tutorial: Athabasca University
Interviews: William Trochim
Introduction to Research: William Trochim
Likert Scaling: William Trochim
Literature Search Essentials: Douglas Degelman
Measurement: William Trochim
Online Sampling: VisionaryMarketing.com
Probabilistic Equivalence: William Trochim
Psychological Experiments on the Internet: Michael Birnbaum
Psychological Research on the Net: John Krantz
Qualitative Methods Workbook: George Boeree
Quasi-Experimental Design: William Trochim
Random Selection versus Random Assignment: William Trochim
Reliability: William Trochim
Reliability and Item Analysis: StatSoft
Research Design: William Trochim
Research Methods Knowledge Base: William Trochim
Research Randomizer: Geoffrey Urbaniak
Research Scales: AmoebaWeb Psychology Resources
Scaling: William Trochim
Search ERIC
Search FindArticles
Search MEDLINE: National Library of Medicine
Statistical Analysis of the Posttest-Only Experimental Design: William Trochim
Statistical Power: William Trochim
Subjectivity and Objectivity in Qualitative Methodology: Carl Ratner
Survey Research: William Trochim
Threats to Validity: Chong-ho Yu
Threats to Validity: William Trochim
Tools, Instruments, & Questionnaires for Research and Evaluation of Intervention Programs: James Neill
Transformative Psychological Research in Pursuit of Social Justice: Donna Mertens
Two-Group Randomized Experiment: William Trochim
Types of Data: William Trochim
Types of Questions: William Trochim
University of Michigan Social Science Data: ICPSR
U.S. Census Bureau
What Is a Survey?: Fritz Scheuren