Recommended Reading : December, 2011
This book is intended for an undergraduate Research Methods course in Psychology or any of behavioral sciences. The text discusses in detail both experimental and nonexperimental research strategies with informal writing style that emphasizes discussion and explanation of topics. Aids in each chapter include : preview outline, chapter overview, learning check questions, a running glossary, chapter summaries,a list of keywords for quick review, a set of end-of-chapter exercises, and a Web Resources section.
This book provides a wide range of methods along with specific criteria for assessing hazards and exposures in the workplace environment. It also presents the scientific basis for each safety and health issue, followed by well-illustrated case studies to demonstrate the concepts and theories and their application in real-world situations.
Handbook of environmental analysis : chemical pollutants in air, water, soil, and solid wastes / Patnaik, Pradyot
This completely revised and updated book covers all aspects of environmental analysis. It provides information on array of topics from instrumentations, analytical techniques, and sample preparations to statistical calculations, chemical structures and equations. The tools and techniques required to measure a wide range of toxic pollutants in our environment are also presented.
This book aims to introduce statistics to undergraduate and graduate students in a way that demonstrates the value of understanding and utilizing statistics as a part of evidence-based practice. It also explains the conceptual basis and applications of key statistical ideas and procedures so that readers can utilize statistics appropriately in their practice.
A practical guide for selecting, designing and writing a research project, that enables readers to develop, analyze and present a program of research work.