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Writing a Psychology Paper: Evaluating Your Research

Content by Sue Collins, Maintained by Ana Van Gulick

Evaluating Your Research

Take the time to look at your materials and make sure that you've accumulated enough to

  • meet the requirements of the assignment
  • support your thesis
  • write a cogent, well documented paper

If you have gaps in your research or are having trouble locating information you need, this would be a good time to consult a reference librarian. If you've written down the databases used and your search strategies, this will easily let the reference librarian see what you've done, and to offer alternatives.