Online research methods: An interview with Dr Neil Coulson

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Williams, Sophie 2014. Online research methods: An interview with Dr Neil Coulson. Health Psychology Update.
AuthorsWilliams, Sophie
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Dr Neil Coulson, Associate Professor in Health Psychology at the University of Nottingham, is at the forefront of online research methods. His primary research explore the role of online support communities, online surveys, and the role of social networking sites for people with a range of health conditions. As part of the Working Party on Internet Mediated Research (a committee of the BPS Research Board), Dr Coulson has recently helped to revise the Ethics Guidelines for Conducting Internet Mediated Research.

Dr Neil Coulson, Associate Professor in Health Psychology at the University of Nottingham, is at the forefront of online research methods. His primary research explore the role of online support communities, online surveys, and the role of social networking sites for people with a range of health conditions. As part of the Working Party on Internet Mediated Research (a committee of the BPS Research Board), Dr Coulson has recently helped to revise the Ethics Guidelines for Conducting Internet Mediated Research.

KeywordsOnline Research Methods; Psychology; Internet Mediated Research; Qualitative
Year2014
JournalHealth Psychology Update
PublisherBritish Psychological Society
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/582159
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ContributorsUniversity of Derby
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