Introduction

Introduction - Steps in the typical research project...

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Steps in the typical research project Formulate research problem/question Review a pertinent literature formulate a testable hypothesis Design the study Conduct pilot research Collect the data (i.e., conduct the study) Perform statistical analysis Report results (i.e., write a manuscript or prepare presentation)
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POPULATION - the entire set of individuals of interest in a particular study = group of people to which researcher intends to apply results of the study; the large group to which inferences are made on the basis of the particular set of people studied (i.e., a sample) SAMPLE - a subset of individuals selected from population & intended to represent the population in a research study. PARAMETER(S) - a value that describes a population; usually symbolized by Greek letters. STATISTIC(S)
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2009 for the course PSY 3301 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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