Upper level undergraduate and graduate level psychology and education courses in developmental research methods and developmental psychology.
This overview of developmental research methods prepares students to carry out, report, and evaluate research.
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"Miller’s Developmental Research Methods text is unmatched in its blend of sophisticated, complete, and coherent coverage of matters of developmental design and methods, presented in a way that is accessible to undergraduate and beginning graduate students. As with the previous editions, Miller effectively leads the reader through the 'forest' of issues to be addressed when studying the complexity of development, without losing sight of the exciting and interesting aspects of the endeavor. 'Refreshed' to include several new methodological advancements in developmental psychology, I welcome this new edition of an excellent book." (Catherine A. Haden, Ph.D. 20061023)
"One of the challenges of teaching a research course in developmental psychology is introducing students in rigorous ways to research methods in general, and developmental methods in particular. Miller’s 3rd edition of Developmental Research Methods offers within one book up-to-date coverage that spans both of these needs. The latest edition includes a clear and readable discussion of qualitative methods and applied research, as well as a lucid discussion of writing like a developmental psychologist. Miller provides students with a well-stocked tool kit to help prepare them to ask important questions and find intriguing answers to central questions in the field." (Nancy Budwig 20061023)
"I have used Miller's textbook, Developmental Research Methods, with undergraduates in a developmental research course and with undergraduate and graduate students conducting research in my lab. Students find Developmental Research Methods readable and relevant. As a professor, I am reassured that students are getting a comprehensive treatment of the topic. For instance, the design chapter is extremely detailed, with information on specific developmental designs that can't always be found in a text on general psychological methods. The book is written in a clear and engaging style, with up-to-date research citations, and fun suggestions at the end of each chapter for applying students' knowledge. I found the observational methods section in Chapter 4 to be a wonderful jumping-off point for students to create their own observational coding schemes." (Elaine Reese, Ph.D. 20061023)
Scott A. Miller (Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1971) is Professor of Psychology at the University of Florida, where he regularly teaches survey courses in developmental psychology at the undergraduate and graduate levels and a course on research methods in developmental psychology. He is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association Division 7, Developmental Psychology, and in the Society for Research in Child Development. His areas of research are cognitive development, social cognition, and Piaget. He has authored numerous research articles in such journals as Child Development, the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Cognitive Development, the Journal of Cognition & Development, and the British Journal of Developmental Psychology. He is also an experienced textbook writer. In addition to Developmental Research Methods, he is a coauthor on Flavell, Miller, and Miller's Cognitive Development, Fourth Edition (Prentice Hall, 2002) and Vasta, Miller, and Miller's Child Psychology, Fourth Edition (Wiley, 2004).
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Book Description Pearson Education (US), 1997. Gebundene Ausgabe. Book Condition: Neu. Gebraucht - Sehr gut Unbenutzt. Schnelle Lieferung, Kartonverpackung. Abzugsfähige Rechnung. Bei Mehrfachbestellung werden die Versandkosten anteilig erstattet. - This overview of developmental research methods prepares students to carry out, report, and evaluate research. \*Provides up-to-date discussions of some of the most currently active and important research areas in developmental psychology, such as infant cognition, attachment, self concept, and theory of mind \*Presents new material, including applied developmental psychology, time-series designs, Bronfenbrenner's ecological systems approach, self-concept, and theory of mind \*Explores every step in the research process - from the initial concept to the final written product. \*Covers issues in experimental design as well as the procedural skills necessary to translate design into research. \*Balances coverage of general research principles and specific research topics in developmental psychology. \*Covers issues related to procedure and implementation as well as abstract matters of experimental design. \*Focuses throughout the life span, not just childhood. \*Combines challenging material with an accessible presentation. \*Provides a glossary of important terms and end-of-chapter exercises. 338 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # INF1000034627
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