Child Development 133 
Research Methods in Human Development

Sections 02 & 06
Hembree            Fall, 2009

 

Supplementary Readings

Supplementary readings are listed below. Click on the yellow link to obtain a pdf file (check with the instructor for password)

 

Reading 1 (for summary/critique article) (9/10):

Raikes, H. A. & Thompson, R. A. (2006). Family emotional climate, attachment security and young 

children's emotion knowledge in a high risk sample.  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 

24, 89-104 .

 

Reading 2(9/22):

Ary, D., Jacobs, L.C., & Razavieh, A. (2002).  Qualitative research. In Introduction to Research in 

Education (pp. 423-435). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomason.

 

Reading 3 (10/6):  

Brown, K.W., Cozby, P.C., Kee, D.W., & Worden, P.E. (1999). Generalizability. In Research Methods 

in Human Development (pp.272-285). Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company.  

 

Reading 4 (11/19):  

Brown, K.W., Cozby, P.C., Kee, D.W., & Worden, P.E. (1999). Developmental and single-subject

designs. In Research Methods in Human Development (pp.272-285). Mountain View, CA: 

  Mayfield Publishing Company.

Reading 5 - Special Topic (12/8)

Tuerk, P. W. (2005).  Research in the high-stakes era: Achievement, resources, and No Child Left Behind. 

Psychological Science, 16), 419-425.

 

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Updated: August, 2009