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Research Methods Video

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Multiple Stab Wounds May Be Harmful To Monkeys (The Onion) (Thanks Jessica Hartnett via NotAwfulAndBoring.Blogspot)

          This satirical video could be used to illustrate control groups, replication and extension of research, and other Research Methods concepts (blog post here)

 

Medical Study: Autism-Vaccine Study Flawed (CNN, 2/3/2010)

This CNN video discusses research on Autism and vaccinations. This is a highly debated subject and recently the landmark study which originally found a link between Autism and vaccinations has been retracted. This is a great example of flawed research methods and a good issue to discuss in a child development course.

 

Research Methods Collection (Clips for Class, Cengage)

Several short video clips related to research methods, including ethics and writing. 

 

Understanding Research (Discovering Psychology Series, 2001)

"This program examines how we know what we know. You'll explore the scientific method, the distinction between fact and theory, and the different ways in which data are collected and applied, both in labs and in real-world settings."

 

Applying Psychology in Everyday Life (Discovering Psychology Series, 2001)

"This program examines innovative ways psychology is being applied to practical situations and professions. You'll explore various areas of applied research: the effects of sleep deprivation on ability and performance, ergonomics and human factors in space travel, the law and reliability of courtroom testimony, and interpersonal conflict resolution."


Feminist Psychologists Talk About...Research Methods

(Thanks Kelli Vaughn-Johnson via STP Facebook Group, 12/3/2014)

In this short video feminist psychologists discuss research methods. Among the questions raised: How does our choice of methods affect what we can come to know through our research? What are some concerns feminist psychologists have about the way psychological research has traditionally been conducted? Are qualitative methods more 'feminist' than quantitative methods? What makes certain research questions more feminist than others?


 

TED Talk: "Every day there are news reports of new health advice, but how can you know if they're right? Doctor and epidemiologist Ben Goldacre shows us, at high speed, the ways evidence can be distorted, from the blindingly obvious nutrition claims to the very subtle tricks of the pharmaceutical industry."

http://www.ted.com/talks/ben_goldacre_battling_bad_science.html 

 

Correlation & Causation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNonyq1yhiE

 

Personality Test Reliability Explained (includes test/retest, alternate form, & internal reliability)

 

Personality Test Validity Explained (includes face validity, concurrent, predictive, convergent and divergent):

 

Factorial Research Design - A Fun Example

This fun example from The Psych Files podcast will walk students through the process of how a factorial design could be setup.

 

Ethical Techniques that Researchers Should Follow During Their Work:

 

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