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How to write a Psychology essay

In most psychology and related courses, learners are expected to write short essays or extended exam-style answers about research studies or theories. I want to share some tips about how to structure this type of essay.

It will be especially useful if you are a student in your final years of school (e.g. A-Level, AP, Higher), as well as for college and university students.

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Dr Jonathan Firth is an author and researcher. His articles focus on memory, education, and creativity. www.jonathanfirth.co.uk/about

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Jonathan Firth

Jonathan Firth

Dr Jonathan Firth is an author and researcher. His articles focus on memory, education, and creativity. www.jonathanfirth.co.uk/about

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