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The Psychologists Toolbox: Reference List


The Psychologists Toolbox: Reference List

A short expose on the need to examine text books and other learning tools, for quantitative evidence. Referencing of material that an author has utilized in a professional publication is central to that publication's authenticity. References inform the reader that research has been conducted and that the research conducted either adds weight to an argument or takes away from an argument. Thus, if a given researcher states that his or her research informs us that a given therapy is beneficial to most people in the population, then we may be inclined to believe that researcher.

  • Author: Robert Jones
  • Published: 2018-08-07 16:50:05
  • Words: 6706
The Psychologists Toolbox: Reference List The Psychologists Toolbox: Reference List