Finding relevant sources

IB Psychology: Finding relevant sources

One of the most important aspects of your research is where you find your information. It is important that you use research that is published in peer-reviewed journals. Try to avoid using news sources or "generic" sites such as Web MD or Medscape.When writing definitions, use sources like online psychological dictionaries, rather than your textbook or revision sites.And remember, the IB requires that all sources have...

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