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- Designing Experiments and Analyzing Data: A Model Comparison Perspective
- What Is Design of Experiments (DOE)?
- Designing Experiments and Analyzing Data: A Model Comparison ..., Volume 1
About the Book
This establishes an integrative theme that shows how statistical methods appropriate for various experimental designs relate to one another. Maxwell and Delaney believe that the model comparison approach takes the mystery out of analyzing data by: K better preparing students to understand the logic behind a general strategy of data analysis appropriate for various designs; and K building a stronger foundation, which allows for the introduction of more complex topics omitted from other books, such as the multivariate approach to repeated measures designs.
K An equation crossreferencing system aids in locating the initial, more detailed definition and numerous summary equation tables assist readers in understanding similarities and differences between different methods for analyzing their data. K Many examples based on actual research in a variety of behavioral sciences help students see the applications of the material. K Numerous exercises help develop a deeper understanding of the subject, through conceptual questions and through focused analysis of small data sets.
Numerous detailed solutions are provided at the back of the book. K Realistic data sets allow the reader to see an analysis of data from each design in its entirety. Updated throughout, the second edition features: K significantly increased attention to measures of effects, including confidence intervals, strength of association, and effect size estimation for complex, as well as simple designs; K an increased use of statistical packages and the graphical presentation of data; K new chapters on multilevel models, including those for within-subject designs Ch.
Appropriate for advanced courses on experimental design or analysis, applied statistics, or analysis of variance taught in departments of psychology, education, statistics, business, and other social sciences, the book is also ideal for practicing researchers in these disciplines.
A prerequisite of undergraduate statistics is assumed. Contents: Preface. The Logic of Experimental Design. Introduc- tion to the Fisher Tradition. Individual Comparisons of Means. Trend Analysis. Designs With Random or Nested Factors. Appendices: Statistical Tables. Review of Basic Strategies.
Solutions to Selected Exercises. Thomas, Michel Hersen Pacific University Understanding Research in Clinical and Counseling Psychology is a unique text because it is designed and written for the graduate students aspiring to careers in practice rather than in psychological science who are the vast majority in clinical and counseling programs.
To motivate readers to see the value of knowledge produced by research, the book opens with an actual case report that shows how research-generated strategies incorporated into treatment allowed a woman who formerly would have been considered so hopelessly incapacitated by obsessive-compulsive disorder as to require lifetime institutionalization if not neurosurgery to return to normal family and work life.
The first set of chapters introduces fundamental concepts of measurement, sampling, and validity. The next set systematically presents the kinds of investigations most relevant to budding practitioners—group comparisons, correlations, single-subject designs, program evaluations, and meta-analyses.
Each of these chapters concludes with a detailed example of a study in which students can see how the techniques described are actually employed. The third set addresses enduring concerns—how to define and maintain ethical standards, how to do effective literature reviews and assess the quality of existing data, and how to collect and analyze data. It also addresses concerns that have emerged recently—how to distinguish and judge effective and efficacious treatments and how to contribute to research efforts as a private practitioner.
The issues involved in the often confusing effectiveness versus efficacy debate are illuminated with a clinically relevant case example. Two final chapters examine the challenges of studying two special groups: children and older adults. Throughout, the authors, all capable researchers who are also experienced practitioners, demonstrate the ways in which research is an essential foundation for effective and ethical practice.
Students and instructors alike will welcome this reader-friendly book. Part I: Research Foundations. Thomas, J. Rosqvist, Introduction: Science in the Service of Practice. Tryon, D. Bernstein, Understanding Measurement. Minke, S. Haynes, Sampling Issues.
Scotti, T. Mor- ris, S. Part II: Research Strategies. Ehrenreich, A. Gross, Group Designs. Goldstein, Correlational Methods. Freeman, Single Subject Designs. Greene, Program Evaluation. Durlak, I. Meerson, C. Foster, Meta-Analysis. Miller, Ethical Guidelines in Research. Gray, R. Thomas, L. Part IV: Special Problems. Truax, J. Thomas, Effectiveness Versus Efficacy Stu- dies.
Warren, J. Thomas, Research in Private Practice. Rapport, R. Randall, G. Shore, K-M. Chung, Research With Children. Higgins, J. Kennedy, D. Inside Front Introductory Statistics Myers, Arnold D. Well University of Massachusetts Amherst Intended both as a textbook for students and as a resource for researchers, this book emphasizes the statistical concepts and assumptions necessary to describe and make inferences about real data.
Throughout the book the authors encourage the reader to plot and examine their data, find confidence intervals, use power analyses to determine sample size, and calculate effect sizes. The goal is to ensure the reader understands: the underlying logic and assumptions of the analysis and what it tells them, the limitations of the analysis, and the possible consequences of violating assumptions. A concern for alternatives to standard analyses allows for the integration of non-parametric techniques into relevant design chapters, rather than in a single, isolated chapter.
This organization allows for the comparison of the pros and cons of alternative procedures within the research context to which they apply. Basic concepts, such as sampling distributions, expected mean squares, design efficiency and statistical models are emphasized throughout.
This approach provides a stronger conceptual foundation in order to help the reader generalize the concepts to new situations they will encounter in their research and to better understand the advice of statistical consultants and the content of articles using statistical methodology. The second edition features a greater emphasis on: u Graphics—Two early chapters are now largely devoted to examples and discussion of displays of data and there are more graphs throughout.
Looking at Data: Univariate Distributions. Probability and the Binomial Distribution. The Chi Square and F Distributions. Between Subjects Designs: One Factor. Contrasts Among Means. Repeated-Measures Designs. Hierarchical Designs.
Latin Squares and Related Designs. More About Correlation. More About Bivariate Re- gression. Multiple Regression. Appen- dices: Notation and Summation Operations. Expected Values and Their Applications. Statistical Tables. No further discounts apply.
Designing Experiments and Analyzing Data: A Model Comparison Perspective
Quality Glossary Definition: Design of experiments. Design of experiments DOE is defined as a branch of applied statistics that deals with planning, conducting, analyzing, and interpreting controlled tests to evaluate the factors that control the value of a parameter or group of parameters. DOE is a powerful data collection and analysis tool that can be used in a variety of experimental situations. It allows for multiple input factors to be manipulated, determining their effect on a desired output response. By manipulating multiple inputs at the same time, DOE can identify important interactions that may be missed when experimenting with one factor at a time.
K-2 , , Conduct your own comparative study. It can be an observational study or an experimental study. The questions below should serve as guidelines as you proceed. Ask a Question a.
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What Is Design of Experiments (DOE)?
Data for statistical studies are obtained by conducting either experiments or surveys. Experimental design is the branch of statistics that deals with the design and analysis of experiments. The methods of experimental design are widely used in the fields of agriculture, medicine , biology , marketing research, and industrial production. In an experimental study, variables of interest are identified.
The authors Scott E. Maxwell , Harold D. Delaney , and Ken Kelley first apply fundamental principles to simple experimental designs followed by an application of the same principles to more complicated designs. Their integrative conceptual framework better prepares readers to understand the logic behind a general strategy of data analysis that is appropriate for a wide variety of designs, which allows for the introduction of more complex topics that are generally omitted from other books.
An overview of research designs relevant to nursing: Part 1: Quantitative research designs. Valmi D. This three part series of articles provides a brief overview of relevant research designs in nursing. The first article in the series presents the most frequently used quantitative research designs.
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Designing Experiments and Analyzing Data: A Model Comparison ..., Volume 1
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Contents: Preface. Part I: Conceptual Bases of Experimental Design and Analysis. The Logic of Experimental Design. Introduction to the Fisher Tradition. Part II.
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