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 Welcome to the PSY834/PSY835 LibGuide!

This guide was created for the students who are seeking information to assist them with completing their doctoral project in psychology.

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Writing a Doctoral Project in Psychology

This guide will recommend resources, including books and articles, in which you can find further information on the following aspects of writing a doctoral project in psychology:


• How to write a solid introduction
• How to write a great literature review 
• How to write a solid methods section
• How to present graphs and results
• How to write a great discussion/conclusion
• How to overcome challenges presented in completing a doctoral project (including the emotional aspects)
• How to locate dissertations at Pace and beyond
• How to cite resources in psychology using APA style

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Michelle Lang
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Pace University
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(212) 346-1778 rings at both offices

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