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ArtikelFemales and Males as Participants in School Psychology Research (Data From Four Journals Over 15 Years)  
Oleh: HOLVERSTOTT, KATHERINE M. ; EHRHARDT, KRISTAL E. ; Parish, Trisha ; Ervin, Ruth ; JENNINGS, LANAI ; Poling, Alan
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: School Psychology International vol. 23 no. 4 (Nov. 2002), page 449-457.
Topik: PSYCHOLOGY; participants; school; psychology research; journal
Fulltext: 449SPI234.pdf (67.54KB)
Isi artikelOverall, 35 percent of the articles published in Journal of School Psychology, School Psychology International, School Psychology Quarterly and School Psychology Review from 1985 through 1999 that used participants failed to report whether they were female or male. Three, six and 56 percent of articles with participants used only females, only males, and both females and males, respectively. The failure of many articles to specify the sex of participants is a potentially serious problem. Unless the sex of participants is reported, one cannot ascertain to whom results should generalize or whether the sex of participants affects the variable under investigation. For these and other reasons, we recommend that researchers routinely specify how many of their participants are males and how many are females. This information requires little space to report and in most cases is easy to obtain.
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