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How to Read and Understand a Research Study
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How to Read and Understand a Research Study


June 2008 | SAGE Publications, Inc

This DVD teaches how to understand and evaluate the quality of research studies. It outlines the structure of a scientific paper; differentiates among such research types as observational studies, true experiments, and quasi-experiments; and explains how to evaluate the quality of a study design. The program features interviews with experts, vignettes, and examples.

Contributors
Nimmers Stern / Triple Threat TV - Producer
Lauren Farrar - Scriptwriter
Kathleen Schiaffino - Participant
Harold Takooshian - Participant
Jerry Goralnick - Narrator
Chloe Phillips - Student
Juliana Daniil - Student
Brian Golding - Researcher
Elana Joffe - Executive Producer
Justin Baer - Executive Producer
Carly Wolff  - Production Coordinator
Rob Kuban - Cameraman
Carlos Cabrera - Assistant Editor
Niki Usbay - Production Manager
Andy Armstrong - Post-Production Supervisor
Elizabeth Oblay - Makeup
Maddy Morris - Production Assistant
Paul Aljian - Animator

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ISBN: 9781483373485
$199.00

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