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(p. 253) Writing for Psychology Majors as a Developmental Process 

(p. 253) Writing for Psychology Majors as a Developmental Process
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(p. 253) Writing for Psychology Majors as a Developmental Process
Author(s):

Bernard C. Beins

, Randolph A. Smith

, and Dana S. Dunn

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195378214.003.0016
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date: 02 April 2020

This chapter explores writing as a developmental process for psychology majors, and discusses important issues in teaching students to write well and bring their ideas to life. This process must take into account the level of the student, the nature of the writing, the process of revision and peer review, the effectiveness of collaborative writing projects, and the development of skill in using APA style.

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