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    Should you put a copy of your referenced studies in your appendicies?
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    (Original post by Iluvatar)
    Should you put a copy of your referenced studies in your appendicies?
    I don't think so. Stidies you've used simply go under a section called reference, mine looked like this:


    References:
    Gross, R., McIlveen, R. and Coolican, H. (2002) Psychology: A New Introduction for AS level. Hodder and Stoughton. From which the following studies were obtained:
    Allport, G.W. & Postman, L. (1947) page 29,
    Bartlett, F. (1932) page 28-9
    Brigham, J. and Malpass, R.S (1985) page 31
    Loftus, E.F, and Palmer, J.C. (1974) page 31 Loftus, E.F. (1975) and Zanni, G. (1975) page 32

    Apparantly you get a mark for that section as well
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    (Original post by waiting2smile)
    I don't think so. Stidies you've used simply go under a section called reference, mine looked like this:


    References:
    Gross, R., McIlveen, R. and Coolican, H. (2002) Psychology: A New Introduction for AS level. Hodder and Stoughton. From which the following studies were obtained:
    Allport, G.W. & Postman, L. (1947) page 29,
    Bartlett, F. (1932) page 28-9
    Brigham, J. and Malpass, R.S (1985) page 31
    Loftus, E.F, and Palmer, J.C. (1974) page 31 Loftus, E.F. (1975) and Zanni, G. (1975) page 32

    Apparantly you get a mark for that section as well
    That's how I was told to do them, but in alphabetical order too... possibly just my markers being fussy!
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    (Original post by waiting2smile)
    I don't think so. Stidies you've used simply go under a section called reference, mine looked like this:


    References:
    Gross, R., McIlveen, R. and Coolican, H. (2002) Psychology: A New Introduction for AS level. Hodder and Stoughton. From which the following studies were obtained:
    Allport, G.W. & Postman, L. (1947) page 29,
    Bartlett, F. (1932) page 28-9
    Brigham, J. and Malpass, R.S (1985) page 31
    Loftus, E.F, and Palmer, J.C. (1974) page 31 Loftus, E.F. (1975) and Zanni, G. (1975) page 32

    Apparantly you get a mark for that section as well
    Yeah, i knew that. But some of the studies i've chosen are pretty obscure, and i sort of did it last year, but i wasn't sure, thats all. Thanks
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    (Original post by .NK)
    That's how I was told to do them, but in alphabetical order too... possibly just my markers being fussy!
    I think i've done it in alphabetical order...! I'm not sure it matters...well it probably does.
 
 
 

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