# TAG: research methods:ut

- (Broad format) data matrix
- A data matrix in SPSS
- Analyzing trivariate tables: confounding
- Analyzing trivariate tables: general
- Assessing scale quality
- Case studies
- Causality and Explanation
- Changing variables in SPSS using recode
- checking a measurement instrument
- Classical test theory and reliability
- computerized adaptive testing cat
- Concepts and facets
- Conceptualization using interviews
- Conceptualizing ordinal variables
- Confirmation bias
- Constructing causal models in problem analysis
- Content analysis
- Cronbach's alpha
- Cross sectional studies
- Cross tabs (making a cross tab)
- Data Collection - Further improving survey questions
- Data Collection - Improving survey questions
- Data Collection - Survey
- Data Collection - Types of survey questions
- dealing with dichotomous outcomes
- Describing social problems
- Dimensions of concepts
- Doing factor analysis
- Ethics in research
- Factor analysis and factor loadings
- Factor analysis with more than one factor
- Frequency tables
- guttman models
- Identifying problematic scale items
- Indices, scales and typologies
- Intension and Extension of Concepts
- Intension and Extension of Judicial concepts
- Interpreting bivariate tables
- Interpreting factor loadings in factor analysis
- Interrupted time series
- Interviews
- introduction SPSS
- item characteristic curves
- Item writing
- Latent traits and items
- Measurement level of Variables
- Measurement reliability
- Measurement validity
- Measurement Validity and Reliability
- Merging data files
- Missing values
- Non comparative content analysis
- Observation
- Operationalization and Measurement
- Pilot testing a scale
- Recoding and creating a variable
- Research Designs for Testing Bivariate Hypotheses
- Rotating factors in factor analysis
- Sampling
- Scale construction
- Selecting factors in factor analysis
- SPSS for absolute beginners
- Test re-test reliability
- The effect of Third Variables
- The effect of Third Variables: addition
- The effect of Third Variables: confounding
- The effect of Third Variables: general
- The effect of Third Variables: interpretation
- The effect of Third Variables: modification
- The Empirical Cycle
- The Experiment
- The validity of causal research
- Time order in causal relationships
- Types of data collection methods
- Units and Variables in Empirical Research questions
- Units of analysis and units of observation
- Validity and reliability threats in interviews
- Variables as constructions
- Various types of bivariate relationships