By Robert C. Richardson, Eric N. Smith
This sensible ebook presents recipes for the development of units utilized in low temperature experimentation. It emphasizes what works, instead of what should be the optimal procedure, and lists present assets for buying elements and kit.
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It is notable how so many of the famous tasks in psychology, the salivary reflex, the rat bar-press, and optical illusions, for example, are so far from everyday experience. Process–outcome discordance deserves careful consideration. This discordance is regrettable, for it is desirable to derive social value from process research. However, the two orientations impose different constraints on design, measurement, and analysis. It is hard enough to attain even one kind of validity, as may be seen in the criticisms of articles in the literature.
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Students almost inevitably come to view the significance test as the be-all and end-all. This test condenses the entire study into a single number of pivotal importance for making claims about what the study shows. ” thus comes to be considered the ultimate goal. ” seems all the more potent because “significant” carries undertones of everyday meaning. The essential question, of course, is what the results mean. The significance test has the necessary—but minor—function of providing evidence of whether there is a result to interpret.