Your Psychology Project Handbook is a comprehensive guide to completing your psychology research project or dissertation. The text is organised to reflect the natural progression through the project process, from developing your initial idea, managing your supervisor and ethical issues, through carrying out the research, to writing it up. This book will provide you with all the support you need to conduct your qualitative or quantitative independent projects, and will give you the confidence to achieve a successful result.
A range of pedagogical tools are used throughout to enable you to consolidate your understanding of the process and anticipate . Common confusions, real student experiences and frequently asked questions that may arise during each stage of the process are addressed throughout. This books provides the guidance and practical advice to help you to 'add value' and improve your marks for this essential part of your degree.
The accompanying website offers downloadable forms, templates, worksheets and checklists to help you save time in planning and carrying out your project work.
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Chapter 1: Coming Up with the Idea.
Chapter 2: Identifying a Research Question
Chapter 3: Designing the Study
Chapter 4: Project Planning and Management
Chapter 5: Managing your Supervisor
Chapter 6: Research Ethics
Chapter 7: Data Collection
Chapter 8: Data Analysis & Presentation
Chapter 9: Preparing the Report
Chapter 10: Disseminating your Results