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Get help with your Psychology Research Paper, Thesis, Dissertation, or Lab Report

Essays in the field of psychology tend to adopt a somewhat different approach from those in other fields, and this is largely due to the fact that essays in this field usually include an "abstract," which is a concise summary of the entire paper that precedes the dissertation itself. In general, papers in this field include an abstract, an introduction, a methods section, a results section, a discussion section, and sections devoted to references and appendices. The best way to approach the writing of the unique element of your psychology dissertation – the abstract – is to wait until you have finished writing the overall essay before you attempt to write the abstract. One of the best ways to prepare an effective abstract is to prepare a one-sentence summary of each of the sections of your essay and to combine these into a one-page abstract which ideally should not exceed 150 words.

Apart from the "abstract," the other thing to keep in mind in your thesis for a psychology program is to be as unbiased as possible in the reporting of the facts that you are presenting. This kind of approach will distinguish you as a mature researcher who is aware that there may be other approaches to the problem under investigation. As is the case with academic compositions in virtually all fields, clarity and concision are the two qualities that will best serve your interests in your essay. The introduction of your research paper should clearly state the hypothesis that is under investigation, and the methods section will identify the participants, the materials, and the procedures, including the experimental design and methodology, that have been followed in your investigation. The results section may include statistical analyses and a formal reference to whether or not the hypothesis is being rejected or retained as a result of the research. The discussion section can compare the research outcome to other studies and place the findings in the overall "bigger picture" with respect to other studies in the field.

Most dissertations in this field are developed in accordance with guidelines that are offered by the American Psychological Association, and strict adherence to these guidelines will serve your best interests. It is also important that documents in this field do not attempt to "overstate" the results of the research. If you preparing a lab report, the most important thing to do is to adhere to all of the specific instructions regarding formatting and style that appear in your lab report instructions.