3 edition of Experimental child study found in the catalog.
Experimental child study
Goodenough, Florence Laura
|Statement||by Florence L. Goodenough and John E. Anderson.|
|Series||The Century psychology series, Century psychology series (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.)|
|Contributions||Anderson, John E. 1893-1966.|
|LC Classifications||HQ772 .G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii p., 2 ¾. 3-546 p.|
|Number of Pages||546|
|LC Control Number||31013960|
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Researchers also use experimentation to test existing theories or new hypotheses to support or disprove them. An experiment usually tests a hypothesis, which is an expectation about how a particular process or phenomenon works. However, an experiment may also aim to.
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The book, which is intended to be the first of a series, was recently published. Experimental method is a method in which a variable (independent variable that is hypothesized as a cause; IV) is manipulated by an experimenter and the corresponding change in another variable (dependent variable that is hypothesized as an effect; DV) is observed.
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Experimental studies rely on the detection of the effects on an intervention. The design is a special application of the case-control study where the exposure is planned and the design prospective.
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