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Clairvoyance in cats: or eight good reasons to publish before writing up your thesis

By Rory Allen

Abstract

After a hard day testing participants and worrying about how to analyze the data, the last thing most of us want to think about is generating more work. Here we are, wanting to make the process of becoming “Dr X” as short as possible. Surely a straight line is the shortest distance between two points?\ud \ud Yet sometimes things are not so simple. It could seem like a diversion of time and effort from the direct path to a PhD, but writing up findings for journal publication can bring a lot of benefits

Topics: C800
Publisher: The British Psychological Society
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.gold.ac.uk:4777

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