Making Sense

Making Sense

A Student's Guide to Research and Writing : Psychology and the Life Sciences

Book - 2002
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Making Sense in Psychology and the Life Sciences combines the composition guidelines associated with the Making Sense series, while addressing the particular needs of psychology and life science students. It explains how to: conduct library research, including computer searches; develop atopic; take reliable notes, and organize information and arguments; write an essay, research a paper, lab report, or honours thesis; prepare papers using the APA Manual (5th ed.) guidelines; use sources and quotations; present tables and figures; document references; write tests and examinations;avoid common errors in grammar and usage; and meet ethical standards in scientific research and writing.
Publisher: Don, Mills, Ont : Oxford University Press, 2002.
Edition: 3rd ed. --
ISBN: 9780195417272
0195417275
Characteristics: v, 233 p. :,ill.
Additional Contributors: Timney, Brian

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