Professor Brendan Gough discusses qualitative research in psychology and how to test the validity of qualitative research. Psychology uses qualitative research methods because it deals with words and images rather than numbers. Checking the validity of qualitative data involves double-checking all work, getting participant feedback, and testing to determine if the data can be applied to another setting.
Qualitative Research in Psychology
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Gough, B. (Academic). (2016). Qualitative research in psychology [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473973671
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