Handbook in Research and Evaluation

The Handbook is a compilation of principles, methods and strategies useful in the planning, design and evaluation of research studies in the social and behavioral sciences. A special emphasis is placed on educational research and program evaluation.

The Handbook also provides an overview of common approaches, including detailed references, and a comparison of the strengths and weaknesses inherent to competing research methodologies.

This text has been designed to serve as a supplemental research guide for everyone from the graduate student who is just beginning to organize and conduct their first research project, to the experienced researcher interested in the benefits of a practical research guide. (by Stephen Isaac and William B. Michael)

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Handbook for the Personal Orientation Inventory (POI)

The POI Handbook summarizes the research results and presents much of the supporting technical data from research covering the period since publication of the Personal Orientation Inventory (POI) through 1990. The POI is a measure of actualizing based on the theories of Maslow, Perls, Riesman, Shostrom and other humanistic psychologists. (by Robert R. Knapp)

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Actualizing Therapy: Foundations for a Scientific Ethic

In Actualizing Therapy, the authors develop a theory described as “creative electicism,” merging and building upon concepts and approaches to therapy espoused by various schools of psychological thought. The emerging system is defined as the process by which growth occurs, integrating thinking, feeling and bodily expression approaches to psychotherapy. Actualizing Therapy represents not only a process of growth but a philosophy of life embracing change on the basic polarities of Anger-Love and Strength-Weakness as a central emphasis. (by Everett L. Shostrom with Lila Knapp and Robert R. Knapp)

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Handbook of Interpretations for the Comrey Personality Scales

This Handbook is an interpretive clinical supplement for use with the Comrey Personality Scales (CPS), a multi-dimensional instrument for use in assessing the major dimensions of personality. Suggestions for the general clinical interpretation of each of the CPS scales is presented along with schemata relating CPS interpretation to the stages of man postulated by Erik Ericson. This Handbook contains complete technical information for the CPS. (by Andrew Comrey)

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Research Applications Workbook

The Workbook is designed for use as a supplement to introductory textbooks on research methods in education and the behavioral sciences. It provides the user with the opportunity to apply important research principles covered by these texts to specific research situations. Stress on applications, structured questions, ample opportunities for review, and the provision of hundreds of specific research examples makes the Workbook unique and more likely to promote learning than many traditional end-of-chapter review activities. (by Fred Pyrczak)

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Cognitive Psychology With a Frame of Reference

The taxonomy for cognitive psychology based on the Guilford Structure-of-Intellect model presented here is aimed at increasing communication between experimental and correlational streams of psychology. (by J.P. Guilford)

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Using Personality to Individualize Instruction

Experimental research into personality as it relates to learning, teaching and school achievement is the basis for recommendations presented here for the practical application of these results to the individualization of instruction. (by James A. Wakefield, Jr.)

Text ISBN 0-912736-21-6/Cloth/LC 78-74138/$ 13.50

Evaluation Resource Handbook: Gathering, Analyzing, Reporting Data

This resource syllabus provides the student or practitioner with the tools necessary to implement evaluation. Thirty-nine articles have been written around topics which are commonly used in gathering, analyzing, and reporting data. Each is written in outline format for ease of reference and each is followed by a carefully selected bibliography. (by B. Flavian Udinsky, Steven J. Osterlind and Samuel W. Lynch)

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Intelligence, Creativity, and Their Educational Implications

In this volume are brought together the noted author’s findings relating to aptitudes for creative thinking and those findings emanating from his important Structure-of-Intellect model. The systematic research into these processes summarized in this volume have great significance for the field of education, its philosophy, its problems of curriculum development and its teaching and examining procedures. (by J. P. Guilford)

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Handbook of Abnormal Psychology, 2nd. Ed. (1973)

The Second Edition (1973) of this classic Handbook contains over 900 pages of information on abnormal psychology. (by H. J. Eysenck).

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Personality Structure and Measurement

The authors begin with a statement of the principles of typological research in personality assessment. The book describes several large-scale studies using the standard personality inventories developed by the authors as well as those of Cattell and Guilford. The results of these investigations shed new light on the structure of personality and challenge many widely accepted findings. (by H. J. Eysenck and Sybil B. G. Eysenck).

Text ISBN 0-912736-08-9/Cloth/LC 68-15875/$ 19.00

The Inequality of Man

This book represents Eysenck’s statement of the scientific evidence concerning the genetic basis of individual differences-both intellectual and personality wise. If we mean business about individual differences, our education system will have to be greatly changed to respond to them. It is certain that Eysenck’s scholarship will be of great assistance in this process. (by H. J. Eysenck)

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Psychological Differences: Causes, Consequences, and Uses in Education and Guidance

This book is designed for use as a supplemental text in undergraduate courses in Individual Differences, Educational Psychology, School Counseling and Guidance as well as psychology courses in Development, Behavioral Genetics, Testing and Personality. This book summarizes a broad body of measurement data and relevant findings in a readable, non-statistical format. Topics include Basic Statistics and Methods, Intelligence, Cognitive Abilities, Personality and Vocational Interests. (by James A. Wakefield, Jr. and Nancy A. Goad)

Text ISBN 0-912736-27-5/Paper/LC 82-71256/$ 15.25