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Research Methods in Clinical Psychology

An Introduction for Students and Practitioners

by Chris Barker

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Wiley .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7618153M
ISBN 10047149089X
ISBN 109780471490890

Get this from a library! A handbook of research methods for clinical and health psychology. [Jeremy Miles; Paul Gilbert;] -- "This book is a practical guide to carrying out research in health psychology and clinical psychology. It bridges the gap between undergraduate and . For these reasons, many in the other laboratory sciences describe psychology as “soft.” Sometimes they even question the possibility of conducting psychology as a science. The research findings described in this book attest to the fruitfulness of applying the scientific method to psychological questions.

  RESEARCH METHODS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY is a reader-friendly introduction to doing, and thinking about, research for clinical psychologists. This systematic guide takes students and practitioners through the basic steps of a research project, from start to finish/5(6).   Research Methods in Clinical Psychology covers the essential aspects of training courses for new clinical psychologists, but will also be invaluable for practising clinicians updating their qualifications. Features to aid teaching and learning include:Brand: Chris Barker.

Book Description. Single-Case Methods in Clinical Psychology: A Practical Guide provides a concise and easily-accessible introduction to single-case research. This is a timely response to the increasing awareness of the need to look beyond randomised controlled trials for evidence to support best practice in applied psychology. Preface Psychology, like most other sciences, has its own set of tools to investigate the important research questions of its field. Unlike other sciences that are older and more mature, psychology is a relatively new field and, like an adolescent, is learning and changing rapidly.


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Fully updated to reflect the latest Research Methods in Clinical Psychology book in the field, the 3rd edition of Research Methods In Clinical Psychology enhances its reputation as the most comprehensive and user-friendly introduction to conducting and understanding research in clinical psychology.

Readers are provided with step-by-step guidance through all phases of a research project―from initial concept and groundwork Cited by: The Handbook of Research Methods in Clinical Psychology presents a comprehensive and contemporary treatment of research methodologies used in clinical psychology.

Topics discussed include experimental and quasi-experimental designs, statistical analysis, validity, ethics, cultural diversity, and the scientific process of publishing. Fully updated to reflect the latest developments, the third edition of Research Methods In Clinical Psychology offers a comprehensive introduction to the various methods, approaches, and strategies for conducting research in the clinical psychology field.

Represents the most accessible, user-friendly introduction to conducting and evaluating research for clinical psychologists and related. 'If you are teaching postgraduate research methods courses, including those aimed at a mixture of psychologists and other health professionals, this book is worth considering as a core text' - John Hegarty, THES This textbook offers an excellent introduction to the variety of research methods used within the fields of clinical and health psychology.5/5(1).

In sum, this book has lived up to the “handbook” appellation and will continue to be a valuable textbook for a broad-based graduate-level training in research methodology. Its practical and understandable presentation of methodology will encourage the novice researcher to stay engaged in scientifically pursuing answers to clinical : Gary M.

Burlingame, Michael Jones. Buy Research Methods in Clinical Psychology: An Introduction for Students and Practitioners 3rd by Barker, Chris, Pistrang, Nancy, Elliott, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7).

This title is a practical guide to carrying out research in health psychology and clinical psychology. It bridges the gap between undergraduate and postgraduate study. As well as describing the various techniques and methods available to students, it provides them with a proper understanding of what a specific technique does - going beyond the introductory descriptions typical of most.

Book Description. Research Methods in Psychology is adapted from a work produced by a publisher who has requested that they and the original author not receive attribution. This adapted edition is produced by the University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing through the eLearning Support Initiative.

While Research Methods in Psychology is fairly traditional— making it easy for you to use. In book: The Palgrave Handbook of the Psychology of Sexuality and Gender, Edition: 1st, Chapter: Clinical Psychology, Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan, Editors: Christina Richards, Meg John Barker.

`If you are teaching postgraduate research methods courses, including those aimed at a mixture of psychologists and other health professionals, this book is worth considering as a core text' - John Hegarty, THES This textbook offers an excellent introduction to the variety of research methods used within the fields of clinical and health psychology.

A must have, must read book for research newbies. A book that will give you a start in your research career, no matter how modest it is. The reader will get an overall idea of the path to finishing a research in clinical psychology/5. Book Source. This book is a cloned version of Research Methods in Psychology by Paul C.

Price, Rajiv S. Jhangiani, I-Chant A. Chiang, Dana C. Leighton, and Carrie Cuttler, published using Pressbooks by under a CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike) license. It Author: Rajiv S. Jhangiani, I-Chant A.

Chiang, Carrie Cuttler, Dana C. Leighton. Explore the research methods terrain, read definitions of key terminology, and discover content relevant to your research methods journey. Reading Lists Find lists of key research methods and statistics resources created by users. This chapter describes methodological and design considerations central to the scientific evaluation of treatment efficacy and effectiveness.

Matters of design, procedure, measurement, data analysis, and reporting are examined and discussed. The authors consider key concepts of controlled comparisons, random assignment, the use of treatment manuals, integrity and adherence checks, sample and Cited by: 8.

'Most texts on research methods focus either on qualitative approaches or on quantitative approaches. A unique feature of this book is that the editors and authors are experts on both qualitative and quantitative methods, and that these two approaches to research in clinical and.

Chapter 2 Classification and Assessment in Clinical Psychology Chapter 3 Research Methods in Clinical Psychology Chapter 4 Treating Psychopathology Chapter 5 Clinical Practice PART II PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS Chapter 6 Anxiety and Stressor-Related Problems Chapter 7 Depression and Mood Disorders Clinical and counselling research methodology is currently developing rapidly, and psychologists are expanding their repertoire of methods.

In this book the authors present a balanced appraisal of both traditional and emergent methods. They re-affirm the scientist-practitioner model: that clinical and counselling psychologists have a dual role. A summary of Research Methods in 's Research Methods in Psychology. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Research Methods in Psychology and what it means.

Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Research methods in psychology 1. Content and aims In psychology, large variety of research methods are applied, all of which are differing in several respects.

Researchers have the responsibility to choose a method which serves best the purpose of the study, suits the studied construct and the investigated subjects available. The Handbook of Research Methods in Abnormal and Clinical Psychology presents a diverse range of areas critical to any researcher or student entering the field.

It provides valuable information on the foundations of research methods, including validity in experimental design, ethics, and. Qualitative Research Methods in Psychology Using psychology of narrative, for example, the researcher may examine people’s life stories or their accounts of such experiences (Esin, ).Author: Deborah Biggerstaff.The best-selling Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Diversity presents an inclusive and culturally competent view of the vast world of clinical psychology.

Through lively examples, robust scholarship, and a highly readable narrative, award-winning author Andrew M. Pomerantz explores the key topics of clinical assessment, psychotherapy, and ethical and professional issues while also.This book is a practical guide to carrying out research in health psychology and clinical psychology.

It bridges the gap between undergraduate and postgraduate study. As well as describing the various techniques and methods available to students, it provides them with a proper understanding of what a specific technique does - going beyond the.