"The Creative Side of Experimentation" helps readers explore the unique perspectives of 12 eminent researchers who have made significant contributions to research in motor learning and control, motor development, and sport psychology. It provides an introduction to the experimentation process, background on pivotal experiments, and insight into how psychologists can develop expertise in experimentation. "The Creative Side of Experimentation" discusses different types of experimentation and the steps typically involved in the experimentation process. It emphasises the importance of understanding the personal characteristics, beliefs, and cognitions of experimenters in order to fully understand how experimentation occurs. This book also provides first-person insight into the methods and experiences of 12 research leaders. Researchers, instructors, and students will learn how critical decisions in the experimentation process are made and how the motives, hunches, biases, and cognitions of these leaders have shaped the field of movement science.
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Book Description Human Kinetics Pub, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. illustrated edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0873223764