Know When Complexity Is Called For
Some problems require a more complex research design than a conventional question-and-answer approach.
We can incorporate specialized methods into your research to evaluate alternative hypotheses, better approximate real-world situations, and reinforce recommendations.
Our team will walk you through multiple techniques that can help meet your research objectives. We review the advantages and disadvantages of each, and make sure you are well-prepared to answer questions about how these methods benefit your results.
These are some examples of more complex research techniques. If you have a complex design you would like to talk about, let’s connect.
Multidimensional approaches to analyzing data
Multiple layers of data collection
Unconventional question-and-answer techniques
You can read about a complex design in our story, Couples and Dyadic Design.