Research Methods for Work and Organisational Psychologists
The second part of the one-year master’s programme (from period 3 onwards), is devoted to arranging and conducting a research internship. Students commence their internship with the writing of a research proposal. To help students write their proposal and prepare them for the research internship, they must attend a series of lectures and practical assignments that will familiarise them with research methods and statistical techniques in work and organisational psychology research. In addition, they will learn more about gaining access to organisations and about planning their research project.
Doelstellingen van dit vak
Knowledge of: Observational methods, survey methods, experimentation, self-reports, questionnaire design and analysis, various statistical techniques, such as anova, regression (mediation and moderation analyses), multilevel analysis, and meta-analysis.