A compilation of research methods and reflecting the expertise of the major contributors to NDS psychology, this book examines the techniques that have proven to be most useful in the behavioral sciences. This book is designed to develop skill and expertise in framing hypotheses dynamically and in building viable analytic models to test them. It addresses topics and methods of current interest in an application driven manner, making the book useful to the behavioral sciences community, as well as those in engineering, medicine, and other fields who are interested in nonlinear dynamics.
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