Chris Barker, Nancy Pistrang, Robert Elliott
Wiley-Blackwell; 3rd edition
Completely revised to incorporate all of the most recent information; An Introduction to Research Methods in Clinical Psychology, Designed for Both Students and Professionals This third edition (PDF) provides a complete introduction to the many approaches, methods, and tactics that can be utilized when conducting research in the field of clinical psychology. It is the most user-friendly and approachable introduction to the processes of conducting and analyzing research for clinical psychologists and other professionals in related fields.
- The perfect resource for professionals and students who want to conduct their own study or obtain a deeper comprehension of already published information
- Discusses significant topics such as the philosophical foundations underlying a variety of research approaches, in addition to the sociopolitical difficulties that can crop up in clinical and community settings.
- direction in a step-by-step format through all stages of a clinical psychology research project, beginning with the conception and preliminary work and continuing through the phases of measurement, analysis, and design before concluding with interpretation.
- New or extended treatment of such topics as systematic review and literature searching methods; assistance on choosing between several qualitative approaches; modern psychometric procedures; and doing psychological research through the Internet are included among the updates made to this third edition.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the purchase only contains the third edition of Research Methods in Clinical Psychology. There are no codes provided.