Whole Art of DeductionS Holmes


TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. What is Deduction? - The Steps in the Process
  2. Research Questions
  3. Defining Variables and Formulating Hypotheses
  4. Populations, Samples, and Validity
  5. Going from the Research Question to Research Designs
  6. Matching Statistics with the Research Design
  7. Basics of Measurement
  8. Interpreting Statistics - Relationships
  9. Interpreting Statistics - Differences
  10. Drawing Conclusions
  11. Ethics in Research
  12. References

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