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  • Observational Measurement of Behaviorby Paul Yoder; Frank Symons

    Springer Publishing Company 2010; US$ 70.00

    Like any other research tool, observational methods can be misused. Authors Yoder and Symons have put together a comprehensive textbook and resource that introduces graduate students to the competent conduct of observational research methods and measurement.  .  . Their approach can be used for both single-subject and group-design perspectives... more...

  • Observing Children in Their Natural Worldsby Anthony D. Pellegrini; Frank Symons; John Hoch

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 49.95

    This book shows readers how to make observations and use research tools to describe behaviors witnessed in everyday settings. Examples from psychology, education, sociology, and anthropology, especially of children in school, family, and social settings, are presented. Things to think about and a glossary serve as a review. The book reviews all aspects... more...

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