Data Analysis and Research for Sport and Exercise Science is tailored to suit undergraduate sports and exercise science students seeking a clear understanding of data and statistics to support their scientific research. The text is divided into three main areas: Research and Design, Data Analysis and the Interpretation of Findings. Topics covered in the book include: * introduction to the scientific research method * the literature review * developing your research question and experimental design * using statistical analysis to interpret results * presentation of your data * discussing your results and drawing conclusions. Both authors have supervised many student dissertations and have an excellent understanding of the concerns and pitfalls facing those new to this field.A Student Guide Craig Williams, Chris Wragg ... Types of experimental design There is no such thing as the perfect experimental design. ... Sport and exercise science psychology and sociology often use single subject study or case study designs. ... be just as time-consuming, as designs that employ a control and an experimental group (see a#39;True experimentala#39; and a#39;Quasi-experimentala#39; designs on pp.
|Title||:||Data Analysis and Research for Sport and Exercise Science|
|Author||:||Craig Williams, Chris Wragg|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2004-08-02|