Your Psychology Project Handbook is the complete guide to preparing, carrying out and writing up a psychology research project or dissertation.
Designed to support students through every stage of the project process, this second edition has been updated to include new chapters on doing online research and employability. The text offers advice and practical guidance on each aspect of the project including ethics, choosing a research question, working with a supervisor and more.
Whether its qualitative or quantitative, the handbook provides students with all the support they need to carry out their project with confidence.
1 Coming up with the idea
2 Managing your supervisor
3 The literature review: Identifying your research question
4 Designing your study
5 Project planning and management
6 ONLINE RESOURCES
7 Research ethics
8 Data collection
9 Data analysis and presentation
10 Preparing the report
11 Disseminating your resultS
12 EMPLOYABILITY AND YOUR PROJECT
Appendix Answers to the ethical scenarios Index
New to this edition of the book:
- A new chapter on online research
- A new chapter on employability
New to the companion website:
- Annotated examples of good and bad reports
- A guide to how to organise a literature review
Dr Clare Wood, University of Coventry.
Dr Carol Percy, University of Coventry.
Dr David Giles, University of Winchester.