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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC02H3
Professor
Anna Nagy

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1. Writing for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
Types of Articles
1.01 Empirical Studies 1.02 Literature Reviews
1.03 Theoretical Articles 1.04 Methodological Articles
1.05 Case Studies 1.06 Other Types of Articles
Ethical and Legal Standards in Publishing
Ensuring t he Accuracy of Scientific Knowledge
1.07 Ethical Reporting of Research Results
1.08 Data Retention and Sharing
1.09 Duplicate and Piecemeal Publication of Data
1.10 Plagiarism and Self-Plagiarism
Protecting the Rights and Welfare of Research Participants
1.11 Rights and Confidentiality of Research Participants
1.12 Conf lict of Interest
Protecting Intellectual Property Rights
1.13 Publication Credit
1.14 Reviewers
1.15 Authors Copyright on an Unpublished Manuscript
1.16 Planning for Ethical Compliance
2. Manuscript Structure and Content
Journal Article Reporting Standards -Manuscript Elements
2.01 Title 2.02 Authors Name (Byline) and Institutional Affiliation
2.03 Author Note 2.04 Abstract 2.05 Introduction 2.06 Method
2.07 Results 2.08 Discussion 2.09 Multiple Experiments
2.10 Meta-Analyses 2.11 References 2.12 Footnotes
2.13 Appendices and Supplemental Materials
Writing Clearly and Concisely
Organization
3.01 Length 61 3.02 Organizing a Manuscript With Headings
3.03 Levels of Heading 3.04 Seriation
Writing Style
3.05 Continuity in Presentation of Ideas
3.06 Smoothness of Expression
3.07 Tone
3.08 Economy of Expression
3.09 Precision and Clarity
3.10 Linguistic Devices
3.11 Strategies to Improve Writing Style
Reducing Bias in Language
General Guidelines for Reducing BiasGuideline 1: Describe at the
Appropriate Level of SpecificityGuideline 2: Be Sensitive to Labels
72 Guideline 3: Acknowledge Participation 73
Reducing Bias by Topic
3.12 Gender 3.13 Sexual Orientation
3.14 Racial and Ethnic Identity 3.15 Disabilities 3.16 Age
3.17 Historical and Interpretive Inaccuracies
Spelling
4.12 Prefer red Spelling
4.13 Hyphenation
Capitalization
4.14 Words Beginning a Sentence
4.15 Major Words in Titles and Headings
4.16 Proper Nouns and Trade Names
4.17 Nouns Followed by Numerals or Letters
4.18 Titles of Tests
4.19 Names of Conditions or Groups in an Experiment
4.20 Names of Factors, Variables, and Effects
Italics
4.21 Use of Italics
Abbreviations
4.22 Use of Abbreviations
4.23 Explanation of Abbreviations
4.24 Abbreviations Accepted as Words 107
4.25 Abbreviations Used Often in APA Journals108
4.26 Latin Abbreviations 108
4.27 Scientific Abbreviations 108
4.28 Other Abbreviations 110
4.29 Plurals of Abbreviations 110
4.30 Abbreviations Beginning a Sentence111
Numbers 111
4.31 Numbers Expressed in Numerals111
4.32 Numbers Expressed in Words
4.33 Combining Numerals and Words to Express Numbers
4.34 Ordinal Numbers4.35 Decimal Fractions
4.36 Roman Numerals4.37 Commas in Numbers
4.38 Plurals of Numbers
Metrication 4.39 Policy on Metrication 4.40 Style for Metric Units
Statistical and Mathematical Copy
4.41 Selecting Effective Presentation
4.42 References for Statistics
4.43 Formulas 4.44 Statistics in Text 4.45 Statistical Symbols
117
4.46 Spacing, Alignment, and Punctuation
Equations
4.47 Equations in Text4.48 Displayed Equations
4.49 Preparing Statistical and Mathematical Copy
5. Displaying Results
General Guidance on Tables and Figures
5.01 Purposes of Data Displays
5.02 Design and Preparation of a Data Display
5.03 Graphical Versus Textual Presentation
5.04 Formatting Tables and Figures
5.05 Table and Figure Numbers
5.06 Permission to Reproduce Data Displays
Tables 5.07 Conciseness in Tables
5.08 Table Layout 5.09 Standard Forms
5.10 Relation of Tables and Text 5.11 Relation Between Tables
5.12 Table Titles 5.13 Table Headings 5.14 Table Body
5.15 Confidence Intervals in Tables5.16 Table Notes
5.17 Ruling of Tables
5.18 Presenting Data in Specific Types of Tables
5.19 Table Checklist
Figures 5.20 Principles of Figure Use and Construction
5.21 Types of Figures5.22 Standards for Figures
5.23 Figure Legends and Captions 5.24 Planning Figures
5.25 Preparation of Figures
Presenting Electrophysiological, Radiological +Other Biological Data
5.26 Electrophysiological Data 5.27 Radiological (Imaging) Data
5.28Genetic Data5.29 Photographs 5.30 Figure
Checklist
6. Crediting Sources When to Cite
6.01 Plagiarism 6.02 Self-Plagiarism
Quoting and Paraphrasing 6.03 Direct Quotation of Sources
6.04 Paraphrasing Material
6.05 Direct Quotations of Online Material Without Pagination
6.06 Accuracy of Quotations
6.07 Changes From the Source Requiring No Explanation
6.08 Changes From the Source Requiring Explanation
6.09 Citations Within Quotations
6.10 Permission to Quote, Reprint, or Adapt
Citing References in Text 6.11 One Work by One Author
6.12 One Work by Multiple Authors
Basic In-Text Citation Styles6.13 Groups as Authors
6.14 Authors With the Same Surname
6.15 Works With No Identified Author or Anonymous Author
6.16 Two or More Works Within the Same Parentheses
6.17 Secondary Sources6.18 Classical Works
6.19 Citing Specific Parts of a Source
6.20 Personal Communications
6.21 Citations in Parenthetical Material
Reference List
6.22 Construction of an Accurate and Complete Reference List
6.23 Consistency
6.24 Using the Archival Copy or Version of Record
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1. Writing for the Behavioral and Social Sciences 4.29 Plurals of Abbreviations 110 Types of Articles 4.30 Abbreviations Beginning a Sentence 111 1.01 Empirical Studies 1.02 Literature Reviews Numbers 111 1.03 Theoretical Articles 1.04 Methodological Articles 4.31 Numbers Expressed in Numerals 111 1.05 Case Studies 1.06 Other Types of Articles 4.32 Numbers Expressed in Words Ethical and Legal Standards in Publishing 4.33 Combining Numerals and Words to Express Numbers Ensuring the Accuracy of Scientific Knowledge 4.34 Ordinal Numbers 4.35 Decimal Fractions 1.07 Ethical Reporting of Research Results 4.36 Roman Numerals4.37 Commas in Numbers 1.08 Data Retention and Sharing 4.38 Plurals of Numbers 1.09 Duplicate and Piecemeal Publication of Data Metrication 4.39 Policy on Metrication 4.40 Style for Metric Units 1.10 Plagiarism and Self-Plagiarism Statistical and Mathematical Copy Protecting the Rights and Welfare of Research Participants 4.41 Selecting Effective Presentation 1.11 Rights and Confidentiality of Research Participants 4.42 References for Statistics 1.12 Conflict of Interest 4.43 Formulas 4.44 Statistics in Text 4.45 Statistical Symbols Protecting Intellectual Property Rights 117 1.13 Publication Credit 4.46 Spacing, Alignment, and Punctuation 1.14 Reviewers Equations 1.15 Authors Copyright on an Unpublished Manuscript 4.47 Equations in Text4.48 Displayed Equations 1.16 Planning for Ethical Compliance 4.49 Preparing Statistical and Mathematical Copy 2. Manuscript Structure and Content 5. Displaying Results Journal Article Reporting Standards -Manuscript Elements General Guidance on Tables and Figures 2.01 Title 2.02 Authors Name (Byline) and Institutional Affiliation 5.01 Purposes of Data Displays 2.03 Author Note 2.04 Abstract 2.05 Introduction 2.06 Method 5.02 Design and Preparation of a Data Display 2.07 Results 2.08 Discussion 2.09 Multiple Experiments 5.03 Graphical Versus Textual Presentation 2.10 Meta-Analyses 2.11 References 2.12 Footnotes 5.04 Formatting Tables and Figures 2.13 Appendices and Supplemental Materials 5.05 Table and Figure Numbers Writing Clearly and Concisely 5.06 Permission to Reproduce Data Displays Organization Tables 5.07 Conciseness in Tables 3.01 Length 61 3.02 Organizing a Manuscript With Headings 5.08 Table Layout 5.09 Standard Forms 3.03 Levels of Heading 3.04 Seriation 5.10 Relation of Tables and Text 5.11 Relation Between Tables Writing Style 5.12 Table Titles 5.13 Table Headings 5.14 Table Body 3.05 Continuity in Presentation of Ideas 5.15 Confidence Intervals in Tables 5.16 Table Notes 3.06 Smoothness of Expression 5.17 Ruling of Tables 3.07 Tone 5.18 Presenting Data in Specific Types of Tables 3.08 Economy of Expression
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