Research Methods in Applied Settings: An Integrated Approach to Design and Analysis

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Subject Index
A
Abscissa, 134
Absolute values, 255
Abstract of an article, 428
Accessible population, 146-148, 168, see also Population and Nonprobability sample
Accidental sample, see Nonprobability samples
Achievement tests, 334-335
Active independent variable, 48-49, 184,see also Experimental approaches
Actual sample, 146-161
response rate, 147, 156, 338, 347
Alpha, 171
Alternate forms reliability, see Parallel forms reliability
Alternative hypothesis, 166, 167, 170, 171, 173, 369
Analysis of covariance, 85, 286-288
adjusted posttest means, 287
general use, 288
linearity assumption, 286
parallel slopes assumption, 286
post-hoc test, 287
single factor ANCOVA, 286-288
source table, 287
Analysis of variance (ANOVA), see Single factor ANOVA, Two factor ANOVA, Mixed ANOVA
Animal research, 350
Anonymous, 37, 352
Antecedent variable, see Independent variable
Apparatus, see Instrumentation
Applied research, 7
Aptitude test, 335-336
group, 336
Stanford-Binet, 336
Wechsler, 336
Association
chi-square test, 231
Associational inferential statistics, 76, 199-208, 251-261, 294-303
Associational research approach, 62-64, 71-73, 86-87
basic designs, 251-261
complex designs, 291-305
Associational research hypothesis or question, 74-78, 198-208, 438-439
examples, 77, 438-439
Assumptions, see Statistical assumptions
Attitude scales, 337-338
connotative meaning, 338
semantic differential, 338
summated or Likert, 337-338
Attribute independent variable, 49-50, 53, 62-64, 68-72, 184, 252
Authentic assessment, 335
Authorship, see Publication
Axioms, 17-23, see also Constructivist paradigm and Positivist paradigm

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