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Course: Research Design <br>
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<td>FYI - For the Statistics course <br> see '''[[Statistics Spring 2008]]'''</td></table>
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Course: Research Design &lt;br>
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Days/Times: 9:50-11:50am &lt;br>
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Room: B-249 &lt;br>
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&lt;td>FYI - For the Statistics course &lt;br> see '''[[Statistics Spring 2008]]'''&lt;/td>&lt;/table>
==Course Schedule==
==Course Schedule==
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==Class Materials==
==Class Materials==
All the handouts and powerpoint presentations during class will be posted below. See below about the [[#Overview of Research Process | Overview of the Research Process]] to see how the class material is broken down into a series of five successive operational phases from generating the idea to disseminating the idea. For all steps in the research process, there will be information about how to conduct research (for the practitioner) and how to evaluate research (for the research consumer).
All the handouts and powerpoint presentations during class will be posted below. See below about the [[#Overview of Research Process | Overview of the Research Process]] to see how the class material is broken down into a series of five successive operational phases from generating the idea to disseminating the idea. For all steps in the research process, there will be information about how to conduct research (for the practitioner) and how to evaluate research (for the research consumer).
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*Powerpoint slides
*Powerpoint slides
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Introduction_to_Research_Design.ppt Introduction to Research Design]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Introduction_to_Research_Design.ppt Introduction to Research Design]
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*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/peer_review_process.ppt Peer Review Process]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/peer_review_process.ppt Peer Review Process]
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*Handouts
*Handouts
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Perspectivist_Worksheets_Modified.doc Perspectivist Worksheets Modified]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Perspectivist_Worksheets_Modified.doc Perspectivist Worksheets Modified]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Perspectivist_Worksheets_Original.pdf Perspectivist Worksheets Original]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Perspectivist_Worksheets_Original.pdf Perspectivist Worksheets Original]
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*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/howtoreadjournalarticle.doc How to read a journal article - by Jordan & Zanna]
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*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/howtoreadjournalarticle.doc How to read a journal article - by Jordan &amp; Zanna]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Existing_Measures.doc Measuring Variables - How to find Existing Measures]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/Existing_Measures.doc Measuring Variables - How to find Existing Measures]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/New_Measures.doc Measuring Variables - How to Create New Measures]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/New_Measures.doc Measuring Variables - How to Create New Measures]
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*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/New_Manipulations.doc Manipulating Variables - How to find New Manipulations]
*# [http://www.psychwiki.com/dms/wiki/uploadedfiles/researchdesign/New_Manipulations.doc Manipulating Variables - How to find New Manipulations]
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==Course Information==
==Course Information==
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*#*[http://www.cambridge.org/us/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521559034 The Handbook of Research Methods in Social and Personality Psychology], Edited by Reis and Judd. The entire book is an excellent resource but see Chapter 12 for specific information about content analysis and narrative analysis, and see Chapter 8 about Observational coding.  
*#*[http://www.cambridge.org/us/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521559034 The Handbook of Research Methods in Social and Personality Psychology], Edited by Reis and Judd. The entire book is an excellent resource but see Chapter 12 for specific information about content analysis and narrative analysis, and see Chapter 8 about Observational coding.  
*#Validity and Reliability
*#Validity and Reliability
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*#*For just information about Validity: See Albright, L., & Malloy, T. E. (2000). Experimental validity: Brunswik, Campbell, Cronbach, and enduring issues. Review of General Psychology, 4, 337-353.
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*#*For just information about Validity: See Albright, L., &amp; Malloy, T. E. (2000). Experimental validity: Brunswik, Campbell, Cronbach, and enduring issues. Review of General Psychology, 4, 337-353.
*#*For just information about Reliability: See the Spring “Statistics” class
*#*For just information about Reliability: See the Spring “Statistics” class
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*#*For information about Validity and Reliability for Qualitative Research: see Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research, by Kirk & Miller, Sage publications (part of the Qualitative Research Methods Series)
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*#*For information about Validity and Reliability for Qualitative Research: see Reliability and Validity in Qualitative Research, by Kirk &amp; Miller, Sage publications (part of the Qualitative Research Methods Series)
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*#*For information about Validity and Reliability for Quantitative Research: see Reliability and Validity Assessment, by Carmines & Zeller, Sage Publications (part of the Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences Series)
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*#*For information about Validity and Reliability for Quantitative Research: see Reliability and Validity Assessment, by Carmines &amp; Zeller, Sage Publications (part of the Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences Series)
*#Qualitative Methodology
*#Qualitative Methodology
*#*[http://www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/openupusa/html/0335191819.html Qualitative Methods in Psychology], by Banister et al, from McGraw-Hill, 1997. This is an excellent practical resource about conducting all types of qualitatitve research.
*#*[http://www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/openupusa/html/0335191819.html Qualitative Methods in Psychology], by Banister et al, from McGraw-Hill, 1997. This is an excellent practical resource about conducting all types of qualitatitve research.
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*#*[http://www.sagepub.com/booksProdDesc.nav?prodId=Book11092 Practical Meta-analysis], by Lipsey and Wilson. This book explains each step of the process in-depth. For summary information, see the PsychWiki [[Meta-analysis]] page where I describe the basic steps involved in a meta-analyses, and the books/articles to read to understand each step in the process. I divide those books/articles according to (1) how to learn what is a meta-analysis and how to evaluate one, and (2) how to conduct a meta-analyses and each step in the process.  
*#*[http://www.sagepub.com/booksProdDesc.nav?prodId=Book11092 Practical Meta-analysis], by Lipsey and Wilson. This book explains each step of the process in-depth. For summary information, see the PsychWiki [[Meta-analysis]] page where I describe the basic steps involved in a meta-analyses, and the books/articles to read to understand each step in the process. I divide those books/articles according to (1) how to learn what is a meta-analysis and how to evaluate one, and (2) how to conduct a meta-analyses and each step in the process.  
*#Experimental and Quasi-experimental
*#Experimental and Quasi-experimental
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*#*[http://college.hmco.com/CollegeCatalog/CatalogController?cmd=Portal&subcmd=display&ProductID=940 Experimental And Quasi-experimental Designs For Research], by Campbell. This is a seminal 1963 book by Campbell that is still useful and relevant today.
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*#*[http://college.hmco.com/CollegeCatalog/CatalogController?cmd=Portal&amp;subcmd=display&amp;ProductID=940 Experimental And Quasi-experimental Designs For Research], by Campbell. This is a seminal 1963 book by Campbell that is still useful and relevant today.
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*#*[http://college.hmco.com/CollegeCatalog/CatalogController?cmd=Portal&subcmd=display&ProductID=939 Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Generalized Causal Inference], by Shadish, Cook and Campbell. This is a 2002 book that provides an excellent coverage of both Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs. Note - this 2002 is an updated version of a 1979 book called "Quasi-Experimentation: Design and Analysis Issues for Field Settings" by Cook/Campbell, and should not be confused with the 1963 book by Campbell discussed in the previous bullet point called "Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Generalized Causal Inference".
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*#*[http://college.hmco.com/CollegeCatalog/CatalogController?cmd=Portal&amp;subcmd=display&amp;ProductID=939 Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Generalized Causal Inference], by Shadish, Cook and Campbell. This is a 2002 book that provides an excellent coverage of both Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs. Note - this 2002 is an updated version of a 1979 book called "Quasi-Experimentation: Design and Analysis Issues for Field Settings" by Cook/Campbell, and should not be confused with the 1963 book by Campbell discussed in the previous bullet point called "Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Generalized Causal Inference".
*#Collecting Data
*#Collecting Data
*#*The day-to-day knowledge about collecting data is housed in the apprenticeship model (graduate-to-graduate student training within Lab Groups), which is why I started the PsychWiki pages so that we can start collectively benefiting from each other's experiences and knowledge:
*#*The day-to-day knowledge about collecting data is housed in the apprenticeship model (graduate-to-graduate student training within Lab Groups), which is why I started the PsychWiki pages so that we can start collectively benefiting from each other's experiences and knowledge:
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==Field of Law/Psychology==
==Field of Law/Psychology==
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* '''APA'''
* '''APA'''
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/ Division 41 – AP-LS]
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/ Division 41 – AP-LS]
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#[http://www.ap-ls.org/links/journals.html Lists of Journals in Law/Psychology]
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/links/journals.html Lists of Journals in Law/Psychology]
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/publications/journalsIndex.html Lists of Journals in Law/Psychology]
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/publications/journalsIndex.html Lists of Journals in Law/Psychology]
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#[http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=1740-1453&site=1 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies]
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#[http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=1740-1453&amp;site=1 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies]
*'''Schools granting law/psy degrees'''
*'''Schools granting law/psy degrees'''
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/students/graduateIndex.html List of law/psychology schools from AP-LS]
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/students/graduateIndex.html List of law/psychology schools from AP-LS]
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*'''Grants and Awards'''
*'''Grants and Awards'''
#[http://www.nimh.nih.gov/ NIH]
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#[http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5422&amp;org=SES&amp;from=home NSF: Law &amp; Social Sciences]
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/about/awards.html AP-LS]  
#[http://www.ap-ls.org/about/awards.html AP-LS]  
#[http://www.usdoj.gov/ Department of Justice]
#[http://www.usdoj.gov/ Department of Justice]
#For more, see the [[Grant Funding]] page
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*'''Sub-fields'''
*'''Sub-fields'''
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:- Clinical-forensic psychologists <br>
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:- Clinical-forensic psychologists &lt;br>
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:- Developmental psychologists <br>
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:- Developmental psychologists &lt;br>
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:- Social psychologists &lt;br>
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:- Cognitive psychologists <br>
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:- Cognitive psychologists &lt;br>
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:- Community psychologists <br>
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:- Community psychologists &lt;br>
::See [http://www.ap-ls.org/students/careersoverview.html here] for more explanation of sub-fields
::See [http://www.ap-ls.org/students/careersoverview.html here] for more explanation of sub-fields
::See [http://www.ap-ls.org/students/careersSubspecialties.html here] for even more information
::See [http://www.ap-ls.org/students/careersSubspecialties.html here] for even more information
*'''In AP-LS Newsletter, there are “Research Briefs” categories…'''
*'''In AP-LS Newsletter, there are “Research Briefs” categories…'''
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:- Forensic Evaluation &lt;br>
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:- Law Enforcement & Deception Detection <br>
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:- Law Enforcement &amp; Deception Detection &lt;br>
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:- Legal Decision Making / Jury Research <br>
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:- Legal Decision Making / Jury Research &lt;br>
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:- Mental Health Services <br>
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:- Mental Health Services &lt;br>
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:- Risk Assessment &lt;br>
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:- Sex Offenders &lt;br>
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:- Witness Issues &lt;br>
*Other
*Other
*#[http://www.ssrn.com/index.cfm SSRN]
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Class Materials

All the handouts and powerpoint presentations during class will be posted below. See below about the Overview of the Research Process to see how the class material is broken down into a series of five successive operational phases from generating the idea to disseminating the idea. For all steps in the research process, there will be information about how to conduct research (for the practitioner) and how to evaluate research (for the research consumer). <table><td valign=top>

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Course Information



Overview of Research Process

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Field of Law/Psychology

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  1. Division 41 – AP-LS
  2. PsycLaw
  1. List of more law-related organizations
  1. AP-LS Annual Meeting
  2. AP-LS Programs at APA Convention
  3. Other Law-related societies
  1. Lists of Journals in Law/Psychology
  2. Lists of Journals in Law/Psychology
  3. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
  1. List of law/psychology schools from AP-LS
  2. List of law/psychology schools from AP-LS Student Section
  1. NIH
  2. NSF: Law & Social Sciences
  3. AP-LS
  4. Department of Justice
  5. For more, see the Grant Funding page

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- Clinical-forensic psychologists <br>
- Developmental psychologists <br>
- Social psychologists <br>
- Cognitive psychologists <br>
- Community psychologists <br>
See here for more explanation of sub-fields
See here for even more information
- Delinquency/Antisocial Behavior <br>
- Forensic Evaluation <br>
- Law Enforcement & Deception Detection <br>
- Legal Decision Making / Jury Research <br>
- Mental Health Services <br>
- Risk Assessment <br>
- Sex Offenders <br>
- Witness Issues <br>

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