Dr Sally Walters has made a series of introductory videos on research in Psychology and generously made them available for remixing using a Creative Commons Attribution License. I have mixed the videos together to create a 47 minute video (with the CC Attribution License). Many of the principles outlined here are relevant to research in Psychiatry (quantitative and qualitative research is covered) and so this video provides a useful introduction for Psychiatrists who are thinking about starting research projects (or revising for exams).
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