Hellen Hamaker discusses a number of reasons why we do need new methods: first, because current techniques are not appropriate for handling every interesting question that may arise in psychological science; second, because when new data collection methods are designed, new forms of data arise that might require new methods of data analysis; and third, because the development of new methods may also guide the formulation of new questions in psychological science. Click here to read her article, which was published in the APS Observer.
“Do we need more methods?” Short article by Ellen Hamaker
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