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Programs RMP1 Psychological Research Methods 1 1st Semester Psychology RMP2 Psychological Research Methods 2 2nd Semester Psychology. PSY217 Research methods 1 in psychology 2nd semester psychology PSY218 Research methods 2 in psychology 1st semester psychology. ACC121 (ACC) Accounting Research Methods 2nd Semester Accounting ACC121 (AIS) Accounting Research Methods 1st Semester Accounting.

Figure 1: Research Agenda Framework RESEARCH,
Figure 1: Research Agenda Framework RESEARCH,

Role of the Student Researchers 1. Prepare the manuscript of research

RESEARCH METHOD PROFESSOR

General Overview

Roles of the Research Method Professor

Criteria for the Selection of Research Method Professor

RESEARCH ADVISERS

General Guidelines and Policies on Research Adviser

Priority for research paper advising will be given to full-time faculty members of the Colegio

Postgraduate students are allowed to have external Research Advisors (i.e. non-employees of the Colegio) provided they have the approval of the Dean. Research advisors in the Senior High School Department may be given additional groups of advice above the maximum (i.e. 8 groups) provided they have the approval of the Academic Coordinator.

Roles of the Research Adviser

Criteria for the Selection of the Research Adviser

Procedures on the Selection of Research Adviser

RESEARCH PANELISTS

General Guidelines and Policies on Research Panelist*

Role of the Research Panelists

Criteria for the Selection of the Research Panelist

CERTIFIED STATISTICIANS

General Guidelines and Policies on Certified Statisticians

Roles of Certified Statisticians

Criteria for the Selection of Certified Statisticians

Procedure of Student Application for Statistician’s Services

CERTIFIED LANGUAGE EDITORS

General Guidelines and Policies on Certified Language Editors

Roles of Certified Language Editors

Criteria for the Selection of Certified Language Editors

Procedure of Student Application for Originality Check and Language Editing Services

CERTIFIED VALIDATORS

General Guidelines and Policies on Certified Validators

Roles of Certified Validators

Criteria for the Selection of Certified Validators

Procedure of Student Application for Instrument Validation

ETHICS

Student researchers, under the guidance of their respective research advisors and the approval of the Institutional Research Ethics Board (IREB), have an obligation to protect their research respondents/participants. No human being or animal should be harmed in the conduct of a given study, rather, the potential benefits should be maximized for the advancement of scientific theory and the improvement of the quality of human life.

Ethical Considerations on Research Procedures

PLAGIARISM

In conducting research, it is absolutely unethical to claim the ideas of others as your own. Credit must be given to whom or where it is due (APA Code of Ethics Standard 8.11, Plagiarism).

Self-Plagiarism

Citation

Sanctions

THESIS DEFENSE

Procedure for the Application of Proposal Defense*

Procedure of the Proposal Defense

The Chair will moderate the cross-examination of the research by the members of the panel. After the cross-examination, the candidate and the adviser will both be asked to step out of the room while the panelists deliberate on the outcome of the defence. When the ratings and recommendations of the members of the panel have been consolidated, the Chairman will ask the candidate and the advisor to enter the room for the announcement of the evaluation result.

Master's students get twenty (20) minutes to present their proposal, while PhD students get thirty (30) minutes. The members of the panel for both master's programs are given forty (40) minutes for the cross-examination.

Procedure for the Application for Final Defense

Procedure of the Final Defense

PUBLISHABLE FORMAT

Nota Bene: Use APA (6th ed.) to cite reference sources in the text and in the reference section of the manuscript.

Publishable Format (IMRaD / IMFaD Format) Guidelines*

Overview part – contains the operational. definition of the variables used in the study and their relationship with other variables. correlations, differences and effects) and/or its historical background as revealed by previous literature. Argumentative part – contains the sense of problematization or the need for the study which leads to the hypotheses of the study. Subjects  Identify the respondents/subjects of the study and how they are selected. Indicate the inclusion/exclusion criteria in the selection of respondents.

The respondents' profile can be included here or in the results section (can be done in text or table form). Analysis of tables and  Highlight the most significant aspects of the table or. highest-lowest, most striking-least striking). Indicate the numerical values ​​of significant correlations highlighted in parentheses. Discussion  Obtain a one-sentence summary of the study's findings.

Discuss the implications of the findings for the theory, research, and findings of a particular field/discipline. See the examples in the examples on the pages that follow. Appendices Annexes  Letter of request to conduct research.

APA Referencing

For additional examples and detailed information on APA citation style, see the American Psychological Association's Publications Manual and the APA Style Guide to Electronic References. The author's last name and the year of publication are in the appropriate place in the text. If the author's name or date appears as part of the narrative, only provide the missing information in parentheses.

In all subsequent in-paragraph citations, include only the first author's last name followed by. When a work has no author, use the first two or three words of the work's title (omitting any initial article) as the text reference, capitalizing each word. Use an ampersand (&) instead of the word "and" when listing multiple authors of a single work.

If the URL is not stable, as is often the case with online newspapers and some subscription-based databases, use the home page of the site you downloaded the work from. Date: If the work is a final edition that has been published and dated, as in the case of a journal article, the date in the body of the citation is enough. For more detailed information on these publication standards, refer to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, or consult with your instructors or editors to determine their style preferences.

References to an entire book must include the following elements: author(s) or editor(s), publication date, title, place of publication, and the name of the publisher. If there is a UMI number or database access number, include it at the end of the citation. References for encyclopedias must contain the following elements: author(s) or editor(s), date of publication, title, place of publication, and the name of the publisher.

References to the authors of the sound (eg producer, director), date, title, medium in parentheses, location or place of production and name of distributor. If the medium is specified as part of the search ID, the parentheses are not required. Notes: For more detailed information on APA citation style, such as information on articles in print, journal special issues and supplements, translations, etc., see the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association and the APA Style Guide to Electronic References.

IEEE Referencing Print References

When citing an entire website (and not a specific document on that website), no reference list is required if the address of the website is cited in the text of your paper. Witchcraft in Europe and America is a website that presents the full text of many significant works in the literature of witchcraft and demonology (http://www.witchcraft.psmedia.com/). Purdue University Online Writing Labs APA Formatting and Style Guide (https://owl.english.purdue. edu/owl/resource/560/1/).

Online research and documentation by Diana Hacker (http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/webpub/.ektron/ReWriting_basics%202e/rewritingbasics2e/resdoc5e/RES5e_ch09_o.html). Lecture, topic: "Speed ​​Skating." ICT 224, Faculty of Engineering, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Oct.

Format

Students from the College of Engineering and Information Technology should follow the IEEE citation style.

Other Parts of the IMRaD / IMFad Article

STUDENT RESEARCH PUBLICATION

Guidelines and Procedure for the Student Publication

The article should be approximately words (including abstract, tables/figures and references) and should be typed in a 12-point font, Garamond, double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides. Tables/figures and references should follow the APA (6th Edition) format style for non-engineering fields and the IEEE citation for engineering papers. Citation should follow the APA format for non-engineering fields and the IEEE citation for engineering papers.

The editors prefer to have the file in Microsoft Office Word 97-2003 Document (.doc) format and should be sent to antorcha.research@letran.edu.ph. Manuscripts that have already been published or are in the process of being published in other journals will not be considered for publication in Antorcha.

Review Process

OWNERSHIP A. General Overview

General Guidelines

STUDENT RESEARCH GRANT A. General Overview

  • Conduct of Research Grant
  • Research Presentation Grant

Research papers that have already received the performance of research grant are no longer eligible for the research presentation grant. The Vice President for Academic Affairs makes the final decision on the execution of the research grant. The research presentation award is given to senior high school and undergraduate students who intend to present their research paper in a national or international conference.

Interested student researchers must send a Letter of Intent addressed to the director/director of the center, noted by their research advisor and program chair/coordinator, before submitting their research paper at a national or international conference approved by their respective dean or chancellor. The letter should also be accompanied by their full research paper and a detailed budget proposal. Each research paper can be awarded a maximum of Php 5,000.00 which may include registration, accommodation and transportation fees.

Faculty advisors for research papers for the Research Presentation Grant are still eligible to receive a presentation incentive as set forth in the Employee Research Manual (ERM).

INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH ETHICS BOARD (IREB) A. General Overview

In times of disagreement and/or dispute over a particular study, all members are required to resolve issues among themselves. In the event that the differences of opinion and/or disputes cannot be mutually resolved, the agreed party can also submit the concern to the IREB.

Formulation

Composition

Duties, Functions, and Responsibilities

Pigura

Figure 1: Research Agenda Framework RESEARCH,
Figure 2: LRC Organizational Chart
Table 1: Research Courses offered to graduate, undergraduate, and senior high school students
Figure 3. Mandate of the Academic Affairs/Rector and President to adopt the publishable/IMRAD format
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