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by Dennis Michael McInerney

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Partially read; Some good pointers.
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'Dennis McInerney's Publishing Your Psychology Research has bridged a gap in the research process literature, providing a well-oiled treaty from both insider and outsider perspectives as to what it takes to become a credible and published author' -

Shawn Van Etten, Department of Psychology, State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome

'Publish or perish' is the imperative in academic research. As students are now required to do postgraduate work in order to gain clinical qualifications, more are being exposed to the research culture than ever before. Academics are being pressured to increase their publishing output in peer-reviewed journals as a measure of their own and their university's success. Generally, researchers in psychology need to know how to get their work published in order to develop their reputation.

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