People Studying People: Artifacts and Ethics in Behavioral Research

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This work shows how unintended or uncontrolled factors (artifacts) can confound the outcome of behavioural research, demonstrates how things can go wrong when people are involved and addresses ways to overcome the difficulties of applying the scientific method to behavioural studies. For Psychology students in further and higher education.

People Studying People: Artifacts and Ethics in Behavioral Research 1997, Worth Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780716730712

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