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- Includes examples of actual web based experiments
Table of Contents
Introduction to Psychological Experiments on the Internet.
M.H. Birnbaum, Decision Making in the Lab and on the Web.
J.H. Krantz and R. Dalal, Validity of Web-Based Psychological Research.
J. Musch and U.-D. Reips, A Brief History of Web Experimenting.
U.-D. Reips, The Web Experiment Method: Advantages, Disadvantages, and Solutions.
Individual Differences and Cross-Cultural Studies:
T. Buchanan, Potential of the Internet for Personality Research.
R.D. Bailey, W.E. Foote and B. Throckmorton, Human Sexual Behavior: A Comparison of College and Internet Surveys.
D. Pagani and L. Lombardi, An Intercultural Examination of Facial Features Communicating Surprise.
J.H. Mueller, D.M. Jacobsen and R. Schwarzer, What Are Computing Experiences Good For: A Case Study in On-Line Research.
Computer Techniques for Internet Experimentation:
K.O. McGraw, M.D. Tew and J.E. Williams, PsychExps: An On-Line Psychology Laboratory.
J. Baron and M. Siepmann, Techniques for Creating and Using Web Questionnaires in Research and Teaching.
G. Francis, I. Neath, and A. Surprenant, The Cognitive Psychology Online Laboratory.
W.C. Schmidt, The Server Side of Psychology Web Experiments.
Glossary of Web Terms.
- No. of pages: 338
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Academic Press 2000
- Published: March 16, 2000
- Imprint: Academic Press
- eBook ISBN: 9780080515373
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