The book that established itself as a standard text and reference work for students seeking to master research methods and procedures in psychology has been updated and revised in this new edition! The Second Edition of The Psychology Research Handbook: A Guide for Graduate Students and Research Assistants once again offers a comprehensive guide for understanding and conquering the entire research process. Editors Frederick T. L. Leong and James T. Austin have assembled a distinguished group of expert researchers who share skill sets accumulated as a result of years of practical exposure to the design, development, implementation, and documentation of research in psychology.

Revising a Research Manuscript
Revising a research manuscript
Donna K.NagataSteven J.Trierweiler

Most authors would agree that there is a great feeling of relief and satisfaction after sending your final manuscript off to the journal editor. By that point, you have expended considerable energy into the paper's conceptualization, analyses, and write-up. (See Chapters 2, 23, 24, and Section IV of this text for guidelines in each of these areas respectively.) Now the manuscript moves into the review process. The American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual (APA, 2001) describes this process and includes a useful flowchart (p. 359) of the general publication process, which begins with an editor's acknowledgment that your manuscript has been received. Several months after submission, you will receive feedback from the editor about the acceptance ...

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