Introductory Research Methods and Analysis
Webcast Lectures

Introductory Research Methods and Analysis Webcast Lectures

CARMA’s Introductory Research Methods and Analysis Webcast Lectures are a set of  of 25 recorded presentations from the CARMA Video Library.  They have been selected so as to result in content roughly comparable to that covered in a graduate level introductory level research methods course that would be offered in organizational and social sciences.  Each one-hour Introductory Lecture is accompanied by its Powerpoint slides, and also an on-line assessment is available for those participating in CARMA’s Research Methods and Education Program.  Presenters include nationally recognized scholars, many of whom are former editors and editorial board members as well as research methods award winners. Examples of topics in the Introductory Lectures include inductive research, hypothesis testing, survey research and scale development, regression analysis, multi-level methods, ethnography, publishing qualitative research, and meta-analysis.

The full set of Introductory Lectures include:

Title Presenter(s) Date
Theoretical Specification and Methodological Rigor: Matching Theory and Methods Dr. Michael Hitt Spring 2012
Inductive Research Approaches Dr. Paul Spector Fall 2015
Power Analysis for Traditional and Modern Hypothesis Tests Dr. Kevin Murphy Spring 2006
Non-Responses to Organizational Surveys Dr. Steven Rogelberg Fall 2006
Relative Importance of Predictors with Regression Models Dr. James LeBreton Fall 2007
Practical Issues in Developing a Measure Dr. Fred Oswald Fall 2011
The Promise and Perils of Wearable Sensors in Organizational Research Dr. John Hollenbeck Spring 2015
Measures of Agreement for Group Level Research Dr. James LeBreton Spring 2005
Developments and Resources for Relative Importance Analysis Dr. Scott Tonidandel Fall 2013
Estimating Interaction Effects Using Multiple Regression Dr. Herman Aguinis Fall 2004
Regression Models for Limited Range Dependent Variables Dr. David Harrison Fall 2006
Mediation Analysis Dr. David MacKinnon Fall 2009
Hierarchical Linear Modeling Dr. David Hofmann Spring 2005
Multi-Level Organizational Research: Where We’ve Been, and Where are We Heading Dr. Gilad Chen Fall 2013
Contributing to Applied Psychology with Laboratory Research Dr. John Hollenbeck Spring 2006
Lab vs Field OB: Do Findings Converge? Dr. Jason A. Colquitt Fall 2014
Emerging Questions in Longitudinal Research Dr. Robert Ployhart Spring 2014
Cross Cultural Research Methods Dr. Mark Peterson Spring 2011
Crafting Qualitative Organizational Research Dr. Ann Cunliff Fall 2012
Qualitative Rigor in Inductive Organizational Research Dr. Kevin G. Corley Fall 2013
More Tales of the Field: Ethnography Then and Now Dr.  John Van Maanen Spring 2012
Publishing Criteria for Qualitative Research Dr. Mike Pratt Spring 2008
Tips and Traps for Publishing Qualitative Research: An Editor’s Perspective Dr. Tima Bansal Spring 2013
Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legend Dr. Robert Vandenberg Spring 2013
Total Recall: Should Meta-Analyses Have Expiration Dates Dr. Hannah Rothstein Spring 2014