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Samenvatting collegestof Methodologie 2

Samenvatting van de aangeboden collegestof van het vak methodologie 2. Het vak is gegeven in juni 2016 aan de Vrije Universiteit. De samenvatting gaat over de volgende collegeonderwerpen; 1) Wetenschap, theorie en onderzoek. 2) Opzetten van onderzoek. 3) Meet-strategie, interne- en externe validiteit. 5) Onderzoeksdesign. 6) Dataverzameling en interpretatie. 7) Correlaties en vragenlijsten. 8) Kwalitatief onderzoek. 9) Evaluatie onderzoek, reviews en meta-analyse. 10) Responsie college over power.

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Principles of Research in Behavioral Science with Internet Guide
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