American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

ASHA Thesaurus


The ASHA Thesaurus is a controlled vocabulary used to organize information in the fields of audiology and speech-language pathology.

Terms marked "(node label only)" are for classification only and should not be used for indexing. Non-preferred terms are in italics.



Research
Research
Data collection methods and instruments
.. Case studies
.. Clinical tests
.. Clinical trials
.. NOMS
... Functional Communication Measures
.. Research interviews
.. Research observation
.. Research self reports
.. Research surveys
... ASHA surveys
.... Omnibus survey
.... Readership survey
... Member-initiated surveys
Research data
.. Incidence
.. Member and affiliate counts
.. Outcomes
... Spontaneous recovery
.. Personnel-to-population ratios
.. Prevalence
.. Research data management
.. Sensitivity
.. Specificity
Research data analysis and interpretation
.. Qualitative research analysis
... Focus groups
... Quality of life
.. Quantitative research analysis
... Descriptive statistics
... Inferential statistics
.... Tests of significance
.. Specialized analyses
Research design
.. Group design
... Subject selection
.... Sampling of research subjects
.. Reliability of research test results
.. Single subject design
.. Validity of research test groups
Research documentation
.. Dissemination of research results
.. Grant and proposal writing
.. Scientific writing
.. Systematic reviews
Research funding and support
.. Career development grants
.. Funding initiatives
.. Funding programs
.. Research grants
.. Training grants
.. Travel stipends
Research methods
.. Causal-comparative research
.. Clinical research
.. Correlational research
.. Descriptive research
.. Experimental research
... Animal subjects
... Human subjects
.. Meta-analysis
.. Prospective research
.. Retrospective research
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