Running Behavioral Studies With Human Participants
A Practical Guide
- Frank E. Ritter - Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Jong W. Kim - University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA
- Jonathan H. Morgan - The Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Richard A. Carlson - The Pennsylvania State University, USA
A practical, concrete roadmap to running behavioral experiments with human subjects.
Psychology | Research Methods & Evaluation
Both students and instructors will find this book accessible and easy to use. The detailed guidance on each step of an experiment is particularly useful for people with little or no previous training in research methodology. Further, the example studies will serve as effective 'recipes' to help students organize their experimental studies.
- shows students how to prepare to run experiments covering important topics such as how to recruit participants, maintainance of apparatus, and what to measure from the experiment
- a separate chapter on ethics examines ethical considerations necessary for running experiments with human participants
- a separate chapter covers essential information on IRBs (Institutional Review Boards)
- provides example studies with a brief synopsis of procedural steps. so that students can learn detailed procedures for preparing and running an experiment.
excellent companion to Creswell book.