Course ObjectiveTo gain knowledge and insight into a large number of research methods in
organizational psychology and to learn skills to work with a number of
these research methods.
Course ContentThis course covers advanced research methods in organizational
psychology and human resource management. A broad number of topics will
be covered, most likely including:
-Individual differences with a strong emphasis on intelligence
-Correlations and effect sizes
-Crisis in psychology?
-Field experiments and quasi-experiments, including trade-offs in
-Structural Equations Modeling
- Measurements of physiological markers
Some of the topics are classics, such as experiments and meta-analysis,
others, like big data, are recent. The wide variety of topics reflects
the many ways research can be carried out.
In the course, practical examples and assignments, including case
studies, will be provided to obtain an
in-depth understanding of a number of these methods and their usefulness
for organizational development and human
Disclaimer: This is not a specialist course on statistics; students
interested in an in-depth treatment of statistics should follow
specialized courses in the research master.
The use of statistics will be at the level necessary to understand the
research methods and not more, at least for most methods. For a few
research methods we will go into quite some detail on the statistics.
Teaching MethodsLectures and assignments
Method of AssessmentAssignments and written exam
LiteratureScientific papers and/or (book-)chapters
Additional InformationThis course will be taught in English.
Recommended background knowledgeBachelor-level methodology and statistics
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. M. Kandrik|
|Examiner||dr. M. Kandrik|
dr. M. Kandrik
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|Teaching Methods||Lecture, Practical|