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Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research

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A survey drawn from social-science research which deals with correlational, ex post facto, true experimental, and quasi-experimental designs and makes methodological recommendations. Bibliogs.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published January 2nd 1966 by Cengage Learning (first published July 13th 1963)
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Steven Peterson
Jan 17, 2010 Steven Peterson rated it it was amazing
Campbell & Stanley was a key resource when I was in graduate school. It was almost "Scripture" for those of us taking research methods courses. Even after all these years, I still consult this volume when I teach a course on research methods, to clarify questions about validity and so on.

This is a brief volume, with only 71 pages of text. But an awful lot of useful information is crammed into those pages!

The book considers three types of research designs--non-experiments (or, in the book's t
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Stephen
Jul 24, 2011 Stephen rated it liked it
READ MAR 2009

Technical overview of pre-experimental, experimental and quasi-experimental research designs. Nice table showing threats to internal
Erika
Oct 14, 2015 Erika rated it liked it
Necessary. A good supplement for a clinical research methods class.
Jww
Jul 17, 2014 Jww rated it it was amazing
A classic. All researchers should begin by reading this book.
Ryan
May 23, 2007 Ryan rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: All Scientists
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Incredibly boring, yet extremely informative about quasi-experimental research designs especially with regard to applied social psychology. Methods for establishing a valid infrence of causation between 2 variables in the 'real world' when a 'real' experiment just can't be completed.
Amoyra
Dec 15, 2008 Amoyra rated it it was ok
Generalizability...
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Tough read!
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