Further Videos of Interest
An introduction to discourse analysis
Dr. Sally Wiggins introduces the topic of discourse analysis.
What are the five main types of discourse analysis?
- Conversation analysis, discursive psychology, critical analysis psychology, Foucauldian discourse analysis, and analytical discourse analysis
- Conversation analysis, discursive psychology, critical discursive psychology, Foucauldian discourse analysis, and critical discourse analysis
- Conversation analysis, discursive psychology, critical discursive psychology, Foucauldian discourse analysis, and analytical discourse analysis
Analysing qualitative data in psychology
Professor Brendan Gough discusses analysing qualitative data and explains how to identify themes within datasets.
What is a theme?
- A theme is simply a category or a label, which you use to combine all the different elements within the data set.
- A theme is simply a category or label, which you use to compare all the different elements within the data set.
- A theme is simply a category or a label, which you use to unite different elements within the data set.
Analyzing qualitative data in psychology: Men who wear makeup
Professor Brendan Gough discusses a case study on men who wear makeup to illustrate different types of qualitative data analysis.
Out of these key methodologies for dealing with qualitative data analysis, which methodology focuses on personal experiences?
- The grounded theory
- Discourse analysis
- Narrative analysis
- Interpretative phenomenological analysis
- Thematic Analysis
Introduction to power and effect size
In these clips, Professor Barry Cohen covers more advanced concepts involved in null hypothesis testing:
How do we define an effect in psychological research?
How can effect size be measured?
What is meant in statistics by power, and how does it depend on effect size and sample size?
How does one conduct a power analysis?
Why do researchers perform null hypothesis testing?
- In order to prove that the treatment or manipulation they are testing has definitely had an effect.
- In order to make a decision about whether the treatment or manipulation they are testing has an effect or not.
Can power analysis tell you how big the effect size will be?
Elizabeth Page-Gould defines multilevel modelling
Dr. Elizabeth Page-Gould provides a short introduction to multilevel modelling.
Beginning the interdisciplinary research process
Dr. Andrea Sell explains starting a research project with an interdisciplinary team, identifying some of the potential challenges and suggesting ways they can be overcome.
Statistical inference in ANOVA
Professory Ben Lambert provides a more in depth explanation about how statistical inference works in ANOVA.
An introduction to research design
In these clips, Dr. Eric Jensen and Dr. Charles Laurie discuss research design and offer tips on developing and operationalizing a research question:
What does research design look like?
Developing a research question
What is research design?
- Your research design is the plan you develop to outline the methods and procedures you will use throughout your research project.
- Your research design is a rough plan that helps guide you throughout your research project, it does not go into detail about the methods and procedures you will use.
- Your research design is a detailed plan that determines the methods and procedures right at the beginning, that you will use throughout your research project.
What should your research question aim to do?
- Your question should be broad to allow for as much investigation and research into the topic area.
- Your question should simply and briefly communicate the key information about what variables you'll be exploring.
- Your question should list the key information in detail about what variables you'll be exploring.
Researching innovation in qualitative research using in-depth case studies
Professory Melanie Nind discusses innovation in qualitative methods within the social sciences.