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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 33 No 3 September 2016: Research Methods for Educational Psychology

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 33 No 3 September 2016: Research Methods for Educational Psychology

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Research Methods for Educational Psychology


 

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Guest Editorial: Methods for research in professional educational psychology
Tommy MacKay, James Boyle & Rachel Cole

Evidence-based practice in educational and child psychology: Opportunities for practitioner-researchers using problem-based methodology
Emma-Kate Kennedy & Jeremy J. Monsen

Research methods for children with multiple needs: Developing techniques to facilitate all children and young people to have 'a voice'
Vivian Hill, Abigail Croydon, Scot Greathead, Lorcan Kenny, Rhiannon Yates & Elizabeth Pellicano

Grounded theory: A method for practitioner research by educational psychologists
Andrew Sutcliffe

An examination of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA)
Laura Oxley

Critical, respectful, person-centred: Q Methodology for educational psychologists
Martin Hughes

Systematic review and meta-analysis
James Boyle, Michael Connolly & Tommy MacKay

Quantitative research and the educational psychologist
H.C.M. (Tim) Carroll

 

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