Research planning practice (in Hungarian) (bb2n4e02)

Specialization obligatory, 4 credits, 180 minutes/weekly
Semester: spring
Requirement: During the semester: participating on the lectures, asking/answering questions, participation in the discussions, making the homework. During exam period: offered scores
Responsible person: Ádám Miklósi, Prof.
Lecturer: Miklósi Ádám, Prof., Hahn István, PhD, Erzsébet Pásztor, PhD

Books: Student ppt-s

DETAILED TOPICS OF THE COURSE:

  1. Research process. Research (field, goal, method, level, type), choice of topics, search for references, planning of research process, problem solving
  2. The rcreation of scintific writings. BSc thesis (BSc), MSc thesis (MSc), PhD dissertation, project deliverables, thesis structure, providing a structure based on own research by the means of a questionnaire
  3. Choice of topics. Generation of topics, evaluation of topics, viability and risks
  4. Steps of research. Planning, methods, execution, risk-benefit analysis based on a specific example
  5. How to write a thesis. Structure of a thesis, self-evaluation and points of evaluation
  6. Description and defintion of variab. Types of variables, ways of defintions, practice of use
  7. Basic concepts of statistics. Mean, standard deviation, median, providing likelihoods experimental design, normal distribution
  8. Statistical tests. Hypothesis testing, T-test, Welsh-test, F-test, significance testing by the means of khi square, one-way ANOVA
  9. Presentation of topics. Presentation of own research topic, questions, critics and debate
  10. Introduction to scientific publications. The structure of publications, the structure of an abstract, writing and criticising abstracts
  11. Reading and evaluation research papers. Reading and evaluation of an Anonym manuscript by the means point of views, short oral presentation of the manuscript
  12. Writing applications I. Theory and practice, type, goal, and importance of applications, conditions of applications, domestic and international applications, consortia, points of evaluation of grant proposals
  13. Writing applications II. Short presentation of a written application, comments on the critical evaluations, discussion, making decisions
  14. Writing applications II. Short presentation of a written application, comments on the critical evaluations, discussion, making decisions