Table of contents for The psychologist's companion : a guide to writing scientific papers for students and researchers / Robert J. Sternberg, Karin Sternberg.

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Introduction; 1. Eight common misconceptions about psychology papers; 2. How to generate, evaluate, and sell your ideas for research and papers; 3. Literature research; 4. Writing a literature review; 5. Planning and writing the experimental research paper; 6. A word about content, language, and style; 7. Commonly misused words; 8. American Psychological Association guidelines for psychology papers; 9. Guidelines for data presentation; 10. What makes a good paper great? Standards for evaluating psychology papers; 11. Ethics in research and writing; 12. Submitting a paper to a journal; 13. How to make your paper even better: proofreading, revising, and editing; 14. Writing a grant or contract proposal; 15. How to find a book publisher; 16. Writing a lecture; 17. Article writing 101.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Report writing.
Psychological literature