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Artifacts in behavioral research : Robert Rosenthal and Ralph L. Rosnow's classic books

Author: Robert Rosenthal; Ralph L Rosnow
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009.
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This volume was designed as both introduction and reminder - an introduction to the topic for graduate students, advanced undergraduates and younger researchers, and a reminder to more experienced researchers, in and out of academia, that the problems of artifacts in behavioural research have not gone away.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Rosenthal; Ralph L Rosnow
ISBN: 9780195385540 0195385543
OCLC Number: 466425688
Description: 1 online resource (912 pages)
Contents: BOOK ONE - ARTIFACTS IN BEHAVIOR ; 1. Perspective: Artifact and Control - EDWIN G. BORING ; 2. Suspiciousness of Experimenter's Intent - WILLIAM J. MCGUIRE ; 3. The Volunteer Subject - ROBERT ROSENTHAL and RALPH L. ROSNOW ; 4. Pretest Sensitization - ROBERT E. LANA ; 5. Demand Characteristics and the Concept of Quasi-controls - MARTIN T. ORNE ; 6. Interpersonal Expectations: Effects of the Experimenter's Hypothesis - ROBERT ROSENTHAL ; 7. The Conditions and Consequences of Evaluation Apprehension - MILTON J. ROSENBERG ; 8. Prospective: Artifact and Control - DONALD T. CAMPBELL ; BOOK TWO - EXPERIMENTER EFFECTS ; Part I - THE NATURE OF EXPERIMENTER EFFECTS ; 1. The Experimenter as Observer ; 2. Interpretation of Data ; 3. Intentional Error ; 4. Biosocial Attributes ; 5. Psychosocial Attributes ; 6. Situational Factors ; 7. Experimenter Modeling ; 8. Experimenter Expectancy ; Part II - STUDIES OF EXPERIMENTER EXPECTANCY EFFECTS ; 9. Human Subjects ; 10. Animal Subjects ; 11. Subject Set ; 12. Early Data Returns ; 13. Excessive Rewards ; 14. Structural Variables ; 15. Behavioral Variables ; 16. Communication of Experimenter Expectancy ; Part III - METHODOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS ; 17. The Generality and Assessment of Experimenter Effects ; 18. Replications and Their Assessment ; 19. Experimenter Sampling ; 20. Experimenter Behavior ; 21. Personnel Considerations ; 22. Blind and Minimized Contact ; 23. Expectancy Control Groups ; 24. Conclusion ; References ; BOOK THREE - THE VOLUNTEER SUBJECT ; 1. Introduction ; 2. Characteristics of the Volunteer Subject ; 3. Situational Determinants of Volunteering ; 4. Implications for the Interpretation of Research Findings ; 5. Empirical Research on Voluntarism as an Artifact ; 6. An Intergrative Overview ; 7. Summary ; Appendix ; References
Responsibility: Robert Rosenthal, Ralph L. Rosnow ; and with a foreword by Alan E. Kazdin.

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This volume was designed as both introduction and reminder - an introduction to the topic for graduate students, advanced undergraduates and younger researchers, and a reminder to more experienced researchers, in and out of academia, that the problems of artifacts in behavioural research have not gone away.

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