Infographics for research methods

All of the infographics on this page are under a CC BY-NY Creative Commons license. This license enables reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as attribution is given to the creator.

I use these infographics primarily within “social annotations” – I place them inside of the assigned materials in my course to help remind students of a theory or a topic that we covered in the past or to provide more information about a concept.

Social science paradigms – pdf

Belmont Principles – pdf

Levels of measurement – pdf

Measurement validity and measurement reliability – pdf

Measurement validity – pdf

Measurement reliability – pdf

Probability sampling – pdf

Non-probability sampling – pdf

Survey modes – pdf

Poor question wording – pdf

Survey answer choices – pdf

Response bias – pdf

Establishing casuality in experiments – pdf

Experiment types – pdf

Quasi-experimental designs – pdf

Threats to internal validity – pdf