Explore Behavioral Sciences Research Instruments and Data Collection

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Rungson Chomeya
Sombat Tayraukham
Natthapot Saravitee


The purposes of this article are to inform readers to : 1) gain better understanding regarding the research Instruments & data collection, 2) know to the basic concepts of pattern and how to determine the research Instruments & data collection, and 3) In order for the reader to bring research Instruments and data collection of various proposed to study further for  more diverse research. The author has constructed to body of knowledge from synthesizing a wide range of resources such as academic documents, books, textbooks and articles on a research Instruments and data collection. At the beginning of this article, the author will provide the information on research Instruments and data collection. Next, the article will present the research Instruments and data collection of various proposed from the Martin & Hanington In which the author has explained more in detail and academic textbook of others. The end of article is a summary for readers to be considered in the implementation of the research Instruments and data collection to provide quality and reliability as well as developing more research knowledge.


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Chomeya, R., Tayraukham, S., & Saravitee, N. (2023). Explore Behavioral Sciences Research Instruments and Data Collection. Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-Ok Social Science Journal, 12(1), 80–91. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/SocialJournal2rmutto/article/view/262947
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Rungson Chomeya, Mahasarakham University

Faculty of Education,




Sombat Tayraukham, Chiang Mai University

Faculty of Education, 

Natthapot Saravitee, Srinakharinwirot University


Department of Applied Psychology, Behavioral Science Research Institute, 


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