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Research Methods Help:  The Bibliotheca Alexandria (BA) Research Methods Library.
The Library of Alexandria has developed one of  the largest and most comprehensive research methods library. We are here to  assist researchers in planning and analyzing their research efforts. If you have questions about research methods please contact the BA research methods library

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Psychology RMLA 

   Advancement in academia typically depends upon Scientific publishing. The more you publish, the better the first job, the higher the raise, and the faster the promotion. Sadly only 8% of publications come from developing countries, despite the fact that 27% of the scientists live in developing countries and 80% of the scientists. 
   In almost all disciplines in Science students are required to learn about statistics. However, statistics is a difficult topic to learn and learning it in a second language makes it doubly difficult. A primary reason for this is Stataphobia which is the fear of research design and statistics, and not having access to people who can help. Stataphobia makes it most difficult to learn about statistics. Eighty percent of all rejected articles are due to poor research methods.

   Much of what we use across disciplines is the result of the building of research methods in the area of Psychology. We have therefore built a research methods library of Alexandria for Psychology

The components of the Psychology RMLA are:


1.
The General Research methods matrix.  If a student has a question about hypothesis testing they have 5 lectures by different faculty to learn from
2.
Psychology Specific Methods:  This is a collection of lectures presenting Psychology specific research methods, including Quantitative and Qualitative research methods, research methods in clinical psychology, Cognitive psychology methods, etc.  For each area there are multiple lectures by different faculty to learn(below).

 


Statistical Methods for Psychology 

Psychology Research Methods 

Research Methods: Experimental Design

Psychological Research - Crash Course Psychology #2

Research Methods in Psychology

Research Methods in Psychology - Statistical analysis

Research methods choosing a statistical test

RESEARCH METHODS PSYCHOLOGY A LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY A LEVEL AT ABS  7 videos

Types of Data: Nominal, Ordinal, Interval/Ratio - Statistics Help

As Psychology - Using Research Methods 

Research Methods A2: Part A | Psychology 

Research Methods In Psychology - Psychology Lecture # 03

Research Methods in Psychology, Part 3

Psychology Crash Course #4: The Scientific Method

Research Methods A2: Part C | Psychology 2007

Research Methods by Psychology Discipline

   Research Methods: Extraneous and Confounding Variables

 Physiological Psychology Research Methods

  Measuring Personality: Crash Course Psychology #22

   Measuring Personality: Crash Course Psychology #22

Bayesian Statistics

A Bayesian Perspective on the Reproducibility Project: Psychology

Factor analysis

Confirmatory Factor Analysis - Part 1 (Psychology, Statistics,  Research Methods)

Free online Psychology Statistics books

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Quantitative Analysis/ Qualitative

Introduction to Quantitative Psychology  

Data Analysis for AS Level Psychology students

 Qualitative VS Quantitative Research

 Sampling

   Sampling: Simple Random, Convenience, systematic, cluster, stratified - Statistics Help   Statistics Learning Centre  

As Psychology - Sampling Methods

Longitudinal v Cross-sectional Studies

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