Advanced Psychology Research Workshop
for PSYC 4000/4001/4170 Students
- Are you looking to improve the quality of your research papers?
- Would you like to impress your professor with a solid literature review?
- Would identifying relevant and available psychological tests take your research up a notch?
- Does doing all the above more effectively and with less frustration sound appealing?
The Advanced Psychology Research Workshop has been developed for students enrolled in PSYC 4000/4001/4170. The workshop will cover:
- advanced search techniques for major databases such as PsycINFO
- major reference sources for psychology
- citation searching using Web of Science and other tools
- identifying and locating psychological tests
- a brief introduction to bibliographic management tools, such as Zotero
It will be hands-on in a computer lab and you are encouraged to ask questions. Ideally, you will come prepared with a research topic for the purposes of hands-on practice during the class, but don’t hesitate to sign up for a session even if you only have some initial thoughts about the directions that your research may take you.
Each workshop covers identical content (so only sign up for one)
- Please check back during the Fall of 2017 for new workshops
To reserve a spot, please register for one of the sections of PSYC4XXX at:
LaMarsh Centre Workshop
Can't find what you're looking for? Need help with your research? There are lots of ways to Get Help.
Resources to help you with:
Understanding Your Assignment
Choosing a Topic
Selecting Appropriate Resources
Gathering & Noting Ideas
Revising Your Arguments