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- Scientific Research (Page 5 – 6)
- Thinking like a researcher (Page 9 – 12)
- The Research Process (Page 20 – 24)
- Theories in Scientific Research (Page 26 – 29)
- Research Design
- Measurements and Constructs (Page 43 – 49)
- Scale Reliability and Validity (Page 55 – 60)
- Survey Research
- Case Research
- Experimental Research
- Quantitative Analysis: Descriptive Statistics
- Quantitative Analysis: Inferential Statistics
Additional Required Readings
Practical tips for surgical research: Research questions, hypotheses and objectives.
Farrugia, P., Petrisor, B. A., Farrokhyar, F., & Bhandari, M. (2010). Practical tips for surgical research: Research questions, hypotheses and objectives. Canadian journal of surgery. Journal canadien de chirurgie, 53(4), 278–281.
How to read a research paper? [pdf]
Harvard University John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. How to read a research paper?
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