Answered By: Erin Gabrielson
Last Updated: May 01, 2017     Views: 12741

You can find articles that report on research that uses a specific methodology by using methodology terms as search keywords in the Library databases. Useful keywords include:

  • type of study, e.g. quantitative or qualitative

  • methods used to gather data, e.g. survey or interview

  • data analysis type, e.g. ANOVA or t test

  • terminology used to describe the results, e.g. statistically significant

 

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