Feeling comfortable reading and digesting quantitative research reports is difficult for many people because it requires the use of concepts and information that we may not employ in everyday clinical practice settings. Refreshing that content and its associated skills from time to time can help to make research more available, and help the therapist critique and get more out of professional reading.
Understand the 3 things needed to evaluate the “goodness” of quantitative research studies, including the logic of research design.
Articulate how internal and external valiity are judged
Understand the basics of statistical inference
Continuing Education Credits: 1.0 ADTA CE, 1.0 NBCC CE, 1.0 NY LCAT CE
Robyn Flaum Cruz, PhD,BC-DMT, LPC is Associate Professor, Lesley University Expressive Therapies PhD Program; Past President, ADTA; Former Co-Editor, American Journal of Dance Therapy, Chair of National Coalition of Creative Arts Therapies Associations (NCCATA) and Editor-in-Chief of The Arts in Psychotherapy since 2002. She is contributor and Co-Editor of Dance/Movement Therapists in Action: A Working Guide to Research Options (2nd ed., 2012, Charles C. Thomas Publishers); and Co-author of Feders’ Art and Science of Evaluation in the Arts Therapies, (2nd ed., 2013, Charles C. Thomas Publishers).
Original Webcast Date: 5/8/2014
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