Book Condition: An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. I already notice a different in the way I evaluate and write my psychology papers
Book Condition: An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. Sold by ThriftBooks - Free State. I already notice a different in the way I evaluate and write my psychology papers. I also notice a difference in the way I approach psychology as a whole - focusing on the concepts more as opposed to just memorization of the material. I would recommend this book to anyone. However, I also think that you should get some other books as well as one book does not cover everything - but this is a good starting point.
Philip Bell, Phillip Staines.
Philip Bell, Phillip Staines, Joel Michell.
A good guide for students. Published by Thriftbooks.
book by Phillip Staines. A good guide for students. com User, 9 years ago. I have just started reading the book, but already I feel like it was worth the purchase.
Philip Bell, Phillip J. Staines, Joel Michell. Understanding and Evaluating Statements Understanding and Evaluating Arguments Explanation Definition and Clarification of Terms Interpreting Psychological Evidence Some Common Weaknesses i. More). Reasoning and argument in psychology. Philip B Bell, Phillip J. Staines.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Bordens, K. & Abbott, B. B. (2010). Christensen, L. Johnson, R. Turner, L. A.
Subtitle A Step-by-Step Guide for Students. eISBN13: 9781446227770.
University of Illinois at Chicago. Location: Daley Library - Book Stacks. by: Bell, Philip, 1947- Published: (2001).
Saved in: Main Author: Bell, Philip Brian. University of Illinois at Chicago. Reasoning and argument in psychology, by: Bell, Philip, 1947- Published: (1981).
A Step-by-Step Guide for Students. Philip Bell - University of New South Wales, Australia. Phillip Staines - University of New South Wales, Australia. Joel Michell - University of Sydney, Australia. Coverage includes: · A guide to evaluating statements, arguments and a range of different psychological explanations.