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How to Write Brilliant Psychology Essays


How to Write Brilliant Psychology Essays

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Join Paul Dickerson as he draws from 'How to Write Brilliant Psychology Essays' to offer you practical tips.

Paul has written How to Write Brilliant Psychology Essays with a very specific purpose - to empower you to reach your full potential. This book and the ideas within it have helped many students by vividly showing not just what you need to do to write brilliant essays but how to do it. Right now you have the potential to write brilliant essays and Paul would love to help you to achieve it.Join Paul Dickerson as he draws from 'How to Write Brilliant Psychology Essays' (published by Sage) to offer you practical tips on:

- how to empower you to reach your full potential

- what's needed to write brilliant essays and how to do it

Paul Dickerson is Associate Professor at the University of Roehampton where he has taught for more than 25 years. His research has predominantly adopted a qualitative approach and has largely focused on issues of talk and interaction. Paul's Social Psychology: Traditional and Critical Perspectives (2nd ed) is to be published with Sage in 2024. 


How to Write Brilliant Psychology Essays

By Paul Dickerson
Paul Dickerson is Associate Professor at the University of Roehampton where he has taught for more than 25 years. His research has predominantly adopted a qualitative approach and has largely focused on issues of talk and interaction. Paul's Social Psychology: Traditional and Critical Perspectives (2nd ed) is to be published with Sage in 2024.

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