Quite often, the very first manuscript a psychology student writes for a scientific journal is based on his or her own thesis or dissertation research. That usually involves shrinking a 10, 000-word (or sometimes more) essay into slightly a few pages more than a Facebook profile page – not an easy task. Fortunately, Peter Edelsbrunner has summed up some of the best advice from Dr. Robert Kail, an experienced researcher and editor of Psychological Science, on where you can start and what to look out for in the process of writing a manuscript. Check out today’s post on JEPS Bulletin to find out more.

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