I need help with quantitative research “decoding.” My background is *not* psych but my masters degree (masters of Family Therapy) requires the current research methods course.

I’m watching some YouTube vids on concepts such as Kappa coefficients but does anyone have other sources for a crash course? I took stats in undergrad... but that was over 20 years ago.

Thanks, friends -

@stkirkland that is too generic to answer. I would recommend to pick an introductory book from Amazon. "Research Methods for the Behavioural Sciences" is a good one!


@lenarddome thank you and apologies for the generic post. I don't even know enough to know that it's too generic. lol. Thanks for the rec on the book!

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