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Research with People: Theory, Plans and Practicals (edition 2009)

by Nigel Holt, Ian Walker

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All of us observe human behaviour everyday, but individual habits can make large research studies difficult to design and conduct. In this accessible introductory textbook, the authors survey a range of research methods and demonstrate how to use them in a series of practical experiments.
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Title:Research with People: Theory, Plans and Practicals
Authors:Nigel Holt
Other authors:Ian Walker
Info:Palgrave Macmillan (2009), Paperback, 320 pages
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