Research Methods for Social Psychology teaches students to think like an experimental social psychologist. Striking a balance between theoretical sophistication and hands-on activities and exercises, this engaging text offers a friendly approach to methodology and a successful means of motivating students to design and execute their own social psychological research.
- Active learning activities on social psychology in each chapter, as well as thought exercises at the end of each chapter
- Guidance on developing social psychology research topics, advice on ethics reviews of research projects, instructions on how to design independent and dependent variables, and assistance with performing a post-experimental interviews with participants
- A stand alone chapter on basic data analysis, in addition to directions for putting statistical results into words
- Guidance on writing APA-style summaries of social psychology experiments, as well as giving oral and poster presentations; includes a sample annotated APA-style lab report
- Instructor test bank with questions and answers for each chapter available at www.wiley.com/go/dunn