Through the use of clearly defined instructions and examples, How to Write in Psychology is a concise and comprehensive guide for the well-prepared student on the principles of writing essays and research papers for psychology.
Presents everything the well-prepared student needs to know about the principles and practice of writing for psychology
Compares and contrasts the different writing requirements and techniques for essays and research reports in psychology
Offers advice on constructing figures and producing properly formatted graphs and tables
Includes exercises to improve grammar, style, and critical awareness
Provides checklists, tips for getting started, and examples of a properly written essay and lab report
About the Author
Dr. John R. Beech is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Leicester. He has authored many journal articles and has written or co-edited several books, including The Psychological Assessment of Reading, Assessment in Neuropsychology, and Assessment in Speech and Language Therapy.