Strategies for success for the psychology major
Landrum/Davis provides strategies for success that will allow students to achieve their career goals, whatever they may be. The authors provide fundamental tips and advice that can be useful to all students, but especially useful for psychology majors.
This text standardizes and catalogs much of the practical advice that professors often give to students—providing tips on how to do well in all classes, how to find research ideas, and how to write papers in general APA format. Also, the book contains up-to-date career information that faculty might not normally have at their fingertips, including the latest salary figures for a number of psychology-related jobs and occupations.
Upon completing this book, readers should be able to:Describe why psychology is a practical subject for any student to study. Identify career opportunities for holders of a Bachelor’s degree in psychology Identify career opportunities for holders of a Master’s or Doctoral degree in psychology. Find research ideas and write papers in APA format.
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Does the White House tweet?
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From the Trade Paperback edition.