Methodologies for conducting research on giftedness
Source:American Psychological Association, Volume 1st, Washington, DC, p.266 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb BF723 .G5 M48 2010
Keywords:Gifted children--Ability testing, Gifted children--Research
Contents: Use of factor analysis techniques in the study of giftedness / Robin K. Henson -- Q-technique factor analysis as a vehicle to intensively study especially interesting people / Bruce Thompson -- P values vs. confidence intervals as warrants for conclusions that results will replicate / Geoff Cumming -- Statistical significance, result worthiness, and evidence : what lessons are there for giftedness education in other disciplines? / Fiona Fidler -- Reliability generalization (RG) methods in the context of giftedness research / Kevin M. Kieffer, Robert J. Reese and Tammi Vacha-Haase -- Mixed data collection and analysis for conducting research on giftedness and beyond / Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Kathleen M. T. Collins, Nancy L. Leech and Qun G. Jiao -- Promise and pitfalls of structural equation modeling in gifted research / Rex B. Kline -- Hierarchical linear modeling applications in the context of giftedness research / J. Kyle Roberts, Kim Nimon and Lindsey Martin -- Contemporary methods for handling missing data in observational studies of giftedness / Jason E. King and Brian G. Dates -- Two perspectives on statistics in gifted education / Paula Olszewski-Kubilius -- Moving the field of gifted studies toward increasingly sophisticated approaches to research : an homage to Michael Pyryt / Tracy L. Cross and Jennifer R. Cross -- Research methods for gifted studies : comments and future directions / D. Betsy McCoach.