GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) Psychology Measurement and Methodology-Scientific Method and the Evaluation of Evidence Study Material (Page 6 of 18)

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Case Study: Advantages and Limitations of Case Study Method

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Advantages of Case Study Method

  • Produces exhaustive study of social unit
  • Produces enlightened record of personal information
  • Produces a traces of the history of the unit
  • Hypothesis is clearly revealed
  • Facilitates intensive study of social units
  • Helps in task of constructing appropriate questions
  • Beneficial in determining nature of units
  • Aids in understanding the past of social units
  • Enhances the exper…

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Observation: Important Definitions and Characteristics of Observation

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Important Definitions

According to Goode and Hatt (1984) , science begins with observation and ultimately returns to observation.

According to Young (1954) , observation is a deliberate study of eye, may be used as a method of scrutinizing collective behavior, complex institutions as well as separate units of totality.

According to Moser (1958) , observation can be called as classic method for scientific study and in strict sense; it implies use of eyes rather than ear and voice.

According to Weick, observation method is defined as selection, provocation, recording, and enco…

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