3 years ago

The SAGE Model of Social Psychological Research.

Ahmad Qadafi, Séamus A Power, Gabriel Velez, Joseph Tennant
We propose a SAGE model for social psychological research. Encapsulated in our acronym is a proposal to have a synthetic approach to social psychological research, in which qualitative methods are augmentative to quantitative ones, qualitative methods can be generative of new experimental hypotheses, and qualitative methods can capture experiences that evade experimental reductionism. We remind social psychological researchers that psychology was founded in multiple methods of investigation at multiple levels of analysis. We discuss historical examples and our own research as contemporary examples of how a SAGE model can operate in part or as an integrated whole. The implications of our model are discussed.

Publisher URL: http://doi.org/10.1177/1745691617734863

DOI: 10.1177/1745691617734863

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