research methods

Panel Presentation on the Impact of Social Distancing on Research Methods




We would like to invite you attending the Webinar on Controlling Overall Type I Error


This webinar covers methods for controlling the overall Type I error rate – the family-wise error rate (FWER) – for multiple dependent statistical analyses, such as are encountered in doctoral dissertation and faculty research with multiple research questions and associated hypotheses, and analysis of data from a common source(s).  Approaches for research in social and behavioral science are presented and discussed.



Positive contribution of focus groups to mixed methods research: An example for discussion

Galliott and Graham (2016) used a sequential exploratory mixed method design to investigate career planning within adolescent populations in Australia. This post is an invitation to readers to explore the structure and use of the research method utilized by Galliott and Graham, and deepen the reader’s understanding of both mixed methods designs and the specific use of focus groups within such designs.


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