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About the Authors
1 SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF BEHAVIOR
2 WHERE TO START
3 ETHICS IN BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH
4 FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH ISSUES
5 MEASUREMENT CONCEPTS
6 OBSERVATIONAL METHODS
7 ASKING PEOPLE ABOUT THEMSELVES: SURVEY RESEARCH
8 EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN
9 CONDUCTING EXPERIMENTS
10 COMPLEX EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS
11 SINGLE-CASE, QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL, AND DEVELOPMENTAL RESEARCH
12 UNDERSTANDING RESEARCH RESULTS: DESCRIPTION AND CORRELATION
13 UNDERSTANDING RESEARCH RESULTS: STATISTICAL INFERENCE
APPENDIX A: REPORTING RESEARCH
APPENDIX B: ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGISTS
APPENDIX C: STATISTICAL TESTS
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