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Research Methods and Statistics

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Web Extension to APA Style
Proposed APA style manual standards for referencing web pages.

Research Methods

Library Research in Psychology
"This pamphlet was created by the American Psychological Association (APA) Science Directorate to help students and non-psychologists find relevant research on psychological topics of interest."
Meta-Analysis of Research Studies
"This page is intended to help you learn more about meta-analysis by providing you with an overview; links to relevant documents and resources; and free, high-quality software."
Methods in Behavioral Research
Site provides links to a number of on-line resources which cover the topics of scientific understanding of behavior, ethical research, research methods and designs, measurement concepts, surveys, experimental designs, conducting research, quasi-experimental and single-subject designs, understanding research results, and writing research reports.

Statistics

A New View of Statistics
Site provides the explanations for many terms encountered in statistics.
Internet Glossary of Statistical Terms
Site provides definitions to a number of terms commonly found in statistics.

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