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  • The English printed booksummary contains the following chapters:
    • What is the psychological way of thinking? - Chapter 1
    • What are sources of information in psychological research? - Chapter 2
    • What are the interrogation tools for consumers? - Chapter 3
    • What are the ethical guidelines for psychological research? - Chapter 4
    • What are good measures in psychology? - Chapter 5
    • How do we use surveys and observations? - Chapter 6
    • How to estimate the frequencies of behaviours and attitudes? - Chapter 7
    • Why not do some bivariate correlation research? - Chapter 8
    • What is multivariate correlational research? - Chapter 9
    • How can causal claims be evaluated with the help of experiments? - Chapter 10
    • Where and how can we determine the influence of confounding and obscure factors? - Chapter 11
    • How to deal with experiments that have more than one independent variable? - Chapter 12
    • What are quasi-experiments? - Chapter 13
    • How to apply the results of a study to the real world? - Chapter 14
  • The Dutch printed booksummary contains the following chapters:
    • Wat is de psychologische manier van denken? - Chapter 1
    • Wat zijn bronnen van informatie in psychologisch onderzoek? - Chapter 2
    • Wat zijn de onderzoeksinstrumenten voor consumenten? - Chapter 3
    • Wat zijn de ethische richtlijnen voor psychologisch onderzoek? - Chapter 4
    • Wat zijn goede metingen in de psychologie? - Chapter 5
    • Hoe gebruiken we een survey en observaties? - Chapter 6
    • Hoe schat je de frequenties van gedrag en overtuigingen? - Chapter 7
    • Wat houdt bivariate correlationeel onderzoek in? - Chapter 8
    • Wat houdt multivariate correlationeel onderzoek in? - Chapter 9
    • Hoe kunnen causale claims geëvalueerd worden met behulp van experimenten? - Chapter 10
    • Wat is de invloed van confouncing en obscure factors? - Chapter 11
    • Hoe moet je omgaan met experimenten die meer dan een onafhankelijke variabele bevatten? - Chapter 12
    • Wat zijn quasi-experimenten? - Chapter 13
    • Resultaten van een onderzoek toepassen in het dagelijks leven? - Chapter 14

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