This 4-part course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of behavioural observation. It encourages students to think about how to measure behaviour and understand the relationships between groups of behaviours.
The course includes class exercises as well as explanatory material, giving students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience. It is suitable for individuals and for larger classes at undergraduate or graduate level.
How it Works
Decide which aspects of behavioural observation you wish to cover in your course.
Choose from 4 different volumes. Each volume can be used as a stand-alone practical or the volumes can be used together as a series.
Run the course, and work through the class exercises.
Features and Benefits
|Written and narrated by award-winning lecturers and behavioural researchers.||Accurate information delivered by experienced academics.|
|Clear explanations of methodology accompanied by real examples.||Relevant and easy to understand.|
|Covers a wide range of behavioural observation techniques, without the need for additional material.||Reduces teaching time and effort.|
|Includes practical exercises.||Students gain hands-on experience of techniques and methods.|
Here are some of the many scenarios which have used Video Course in Behavioural Observation:
- Lecturers or tutors
- teaching undergraduate courses on research methodology
- learning about specific methods of behavioural observation