Linda Moody describes a method of maintaining data integrity during randomized clinical trials.
Margarita Alegría describes how cultural validity relates to cognition.
Quick Tip - 3 minutes 40 seconds
Margarita Alegría describes different ways of approaching data collection in the Latino community.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 42 seconds
Barbara H. Fiese discusses videotaping families in their homes.
Quick Tip - 3 minutes 18 seconds
Recruitment, tracking, and staff turnover were some of the challenges that Sigrid James and Devon Brooks faced when conducting research in a community setting.
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Sonia Davis discusses the need to standardize electronic medical records.
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Howard Abikoff describes techniques to improve the quality of observational data.
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Margarita Alegría describes a process of discovering how participants think about their mental health.
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Following local rules can be a hurdle, states Vishwajit Nimgaonkar.
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Howard Abikoff talks about the difficulties of experiment design when working with children.
Quick Tip - 3 minutes 41 seconds
Innovative assessment measures are sometimes necessary for accurate information gathering, says Neal Ryan.
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Martica Hall discusses the importance of checking data as it comes in.
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Richard Moser and Sana Naveed explain the purpose and origins of the GEM (Grid Enabled Measures) portal.
We ask Joel W. Grube about the best methods for gathering survey data with adolescents.
Robert C. Pianta shares a some tips about efficient data collection.
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Bryce Reeve reports on item banking, IRT, and the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System that provides researchers with health outcomes measures.
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Measuring cultural competence is a struggle, says Steven R. Lopez.
Quick Tip - 3 minutes 29 seconds
Consecutive tasks in an experimental setting can provide data about behavior, says Howard Abikoff.
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Elizabeth L. George describes specific techniques for training researchers to work with teens.
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Joel W. Grube discusses the advantages and disadvantages of three sampling techniques for longitudinal survey research.
Evaluation of training workshops for community agencies is challenging, states Steven R. Lopez.
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Fidelity in Data Collection
Gathering High-Quality Survey Data