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John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Forensic psychology

A guide to finding forensic psychology information, by Ellen Sexton.

Study hints

Studying Psychology in the United States: Expert Guidance for International Students.  (2008). Washington, DC: APA.  Stacks  BF80.7 .U6 S78 2008

Silvia, P., Delaney, P. & Marcovitch, S. (2009).  What psychology majors could ( and should) be doing: An informal guide to research experience and professional skills.  Washington, DC: APA   Stacks BF76.5.S497 2009.

Writing in psychology

 Bell, P. (2001).  Evaluating, doing and writing research in psychology: A step-by-step guide for students.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.  Reference BF 78.B45 2001

Cooper, H. (2011).  Reporting research in psychology: How to meet journal article reporting standards.  6th Edition.  Washington: APA. Stacks BF76.8.C66 2011.

Evans, J. (2007).  Your psychology research project: The essential guide.  Los Angeles: Sage.  Stacks BF76.5.E9412 2007.

Girden, E. & Kabacoff, R. (2011).  Evaluating research articles: from start to finish.  3rd Edition. LA: Sage.   Stacks Q180.55.E9G57 2011

Landrum, R. E. (2008).  Undergraduate writing in psychology: learning to tell the scientific story.  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Stacks  BF76.7 .L36 2008

Leong, F. and Austin, J. (Ed.s). (1996).  Psychology research handbook: A guide for graduate students and research assistants. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Reference BF 76.5.P795 1996.  

Miller, A. B. (2009).  Finish your dissertation once and for all!: how to overcome psychological barriers, get results, and move on with your life. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.  Stacks  LB2369 .M454 2009

Rosnow, R. & Rosnow, M. (1998). Writing papers in psychology: A student guide. 4th ed.  Pacific Grove, CA:  Brooks/Cole.  Reference BF 76.7.R67 1998

Sternberg, R. (2000).  Guide to publishing in psychology journals. NY: Cambridge University Press.   Reference BF 76.8.G85 2000