Diary Methods is a key method used by social and personality psychologists in their research. This volume begins with a rationale for Diary Methods, especially as applied to these fields, and then proceeds in a non-technical, very accessible fashion to elucidate on how the method can and should be applied in research. The author, John B. Nezlek, is a known protagnost of the diary method in his own scholarly work and has written this title in an invitational way for the beginning user to this method.
This text will be perfect for all advanced students and researchers in social and personality psychology using Diary Methods as part of their studies or research.
I wrote this volume in the service of two complementary goals. First, I wanted to provide an introduction to the hows and whys of diary-style research for scholars who are interested in conducting research using diary methods. Second, I wanted to provide scholars, who may not be interested in conducting research ...