Authors and Advisors
- Learning outcomes
Module 1: Developing your research ideas
- Hypotheses, scientific premises, and research questions
- Threats to objectivity in research hypotheses and scientific premises
- Strong Inference: Multiple hypotheses to contribute to research quality
- Progressing from research projects to research programs
- Other considerations in creating a program of research
- Team science, collaboration, and research quality
- Understanding compliance and research quality and reproducibility in a research program
- Knowing the value and limitations of your research program
- Module summary
- Resource bank
Course features include:
- Interactive activities offering opportunities to apply the techniques that you are learning to your own research practices.
- Real-life scenarios offering useful and practical advice.
- Activities that help you apply what you have learned to your own experience.
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