Thinking of psychology as a degree or just starting a course? Want to know what the subject is all about and the career paths available? Feel daunted by your studies and need guidance on how to make the most of your opportunities and abilities? The Psychology Companion eases you into this exciting and rewarding subject, and helps develop the skills that will help you excel. Detailed yet user-friendly, it will support you throughout your degree course. It features: ac a broad range of psychology theories and thinkers, described in an accessible style ac an introduction to different schools of thought including key terms, concepts and classic studies ac a dedicated section on the study skills essential for success in psychology ac a massive further reading section to help you dig deeper ac a full breakdown of the variety of psychology-related career pathways, including information on how to become a Chartered Psychologist Packed full of information and guidance, this book is the survival manual every psychology student needs. It provides a sound foundation for your course and will help you make informed and effective decisions, every step of the way.The websites http://www.apastyle.org/ and http://www.liu.edu/cwis/cwp/library/ workshop/citapa.htm give information about referencing. You should ... The Harvard system uses names and dates within the text of the article or book whereas the Vancouver system uses names and numbers. ... Citationsa paraphrasing, quotations and ellipses in your essay To cite something means to mention it or refer to it.
|Title||:||The Psychology Companion|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2009-02-24|