Research Methods in Social Psychology is a new book series showcasing books focusing on different methods and approaches to social psychology research. Each book is designed to be a practical text for students and researchers, exploring the pros and cons of a particular method, examining examples of studies using this method, and including guidance on how this might be utilized in research projects effectively. The series will eventually cover a range of quantitative and qualitative methods used with social psychology research, from traditional research to complex experimental designs. Methods covered will include field experiments, surveys, interviews, correlational research, priming, laboratory observation, conversation analysis, etc.
By Tomasz Grzyb, Dariusz Dolinski
September 09, 2021
This unique book offers a comprehensive introduction to field studies as a research method in social psychology, demonstrating that field studies are an important element of contemporary social psychology and encourages its usage in a methodologically correct and ethical manner. The authors ...