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A Beginner's Guide to Scientific Method

Authors: AStephen S. Carey

Publisher: Cengage Learning; 4 edition (January 1, 2011)


A Handbook for Social Science-Field Research

Essays & Bibliographic Sources on Research Design and Methods for Social Science

 

Edited by Ellen Perecman and Sara R. Curran

 

SAGE Publications 2006, 280 pages

 

 


A Summary of Scientific Method

Authors: Peter Kosso

 

Publisher: Springer Netherlands - 2011


Adaptive Design Methods in CLinical Trials; Chapman & Hall/CRC Biostatistics Series

 

Authors:  Shein-Chung Chow

 

 

Publisher: Chapman and Hall/CRC; 1st edition (November 16, 2006)

 

 

 


Design of Observational Studies

 

Author: Rosenbaum, Paul R.

 

Publisher: Springer Series in Statistics; 2010

Epidemiologic Methods for Health Policy

Authors: Robert A. Spasoff

 

Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1999


Essentials of Research Design and Methodology - Essentials of Behavioral Science

 

Authors: Geoffrey Marczyk, David DeMatteo and David Festinger

 

Publisher: Wiley; 1st edition, March 2, 2005


Introduction to Research Methods: A Practical Guide for Anyone Undertaking a Research Project

 

Authors: Catherine and Dr. Dawson

 

Publisher: How to Books; 4 edition, November 15, 2009


Research Methods for Everyday Life: Blending Qualitatice and Quantitative Approaches

 

Authors: Scott W. Vanderstoep and Derdre D. Johnston

 

Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition, January 9, 2009.



Quantitative Methods for Health Research: A Practical Interactive Guide to Epidemiology and Statistics

 

Aurthors: Nigel Bruce, Daniel Pope and Debbi Stanistreet

 

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition, September 9, 2008



The book teaches the principles of research study methodology and design so that the reader can become better at critically analysing scientific and clinical studies. It describes the basic elements needed to understand biostatistics and epidemiology as applied to health care studies, and how to become a more discriminating reader of the medical literature by adopting the skills of critical appraisal. This new edition is extensively edited and updated, and includes two entirely new chapters on critical appraisal of qualitative research and communicating risks and evidence to patients. The text is geared towards the new learner, and assumes little clinical experience, starting with the basic principles of critical appraisal.

Qualitative Inquiry & Research Design: Choosing among five approaches

 

Author: John W. Creswell

 

Publisher: SAGA Publications, 2007


Randomized Clinical Trials: Design, Practice and Reporting

 

Authors: David Machin and Peter Fayers

 

Publisher: Wiley; 1st edition, May 2010

 

 

 



This book offers the most comprehensive coverage of qualitative techniques of any book on the market today and does it in a way that is easy to read and follow. The author's central purpose remains a desire to instruct inexperienced researchers in ways of effectively collecting, organizing, and making sense of qualitative data, while stressing the importance of ethics in research and in taking the time to properly design and think through any research endeavor. After reading this book, fledgling researchers should be able to design, collect, and analyze data and then present their results to the scientific community. Considers seven different data collection strategies in detail. Describes focus group interviewing, one of the fastest growing styles of data collection, in detail (Ch. 5), including a new Moderator's Guide that provides the inexperienced focus group facilitator with a step-by-step guide to how the interview should be conducted. Maintains the emphasis on ethics in research (Ch. 3) including a new section on the President's apology for the Tuskegee Syphilis Study. For anyone in the social sciences who needs to develop research methodology.


The book helps students understand what research can and cannot do, become better consumers of research, and learn why properly conducted research is important. This text teaches students to be a better consumer of research results, understand how the research enterprise works, and prepares them to conduct small research projects. Upon completing this text, students will be aware of what research can and cannot do, and why properly conducted research is important. This book discusses both qualitative and quantitative approaches to social research, emphasizing the benefits of combining various approaches.


This book takes the reader through the entire research process: choosing a question, designing a study, collecting the data, using univariate, bivariate and multivariable analysis, and publishing the results. It does so by using plain language rather than complex derivations and mathematical formulas. It focuses on the nuts and bolts of performing research by asking and answering the most basic questions about doing research studies. Making good use of numerous tables, graphs and tips, this book helps to demystify the process. A generous number of up-to-date examples from the clinical literature give an illustrated and practical account of how to use multivariable analysis.


The Essence of Research Methodology: A Concise Guide for Master and PhD Students in Management Science

 

Authors: Jan Jonker and Bartjan Pennink

 

Publisher: Springer; 1st Edition, March 10, 2010