leonie02
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Joined: Dec 1,2018

Sat Feb 23,2019 02:33 PM

I’m starting to get really worried about my EE. I’m doing an evaluation of CBT vs SSRI’s for the treatment of Panic Disorder, and even though I’m just getting started on it, I’m already so afraid that I’ll completely mess it up, or that I won’t find any appropriate studies, etc.

Does anyone have any psychology-specific EE tips for doing well? Any help would mean loads to me. Thank you very much!
Bora
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Joined: Nov 17,2018

Mon Feb 25,2019 04:19 PM

To start, I would suggest mapping out everything that you need to get accomplished before starting any actual work. This way, you can prioritize which parts will take up the most time and/or effort. If you do plan on replicating a sort of study in order to gain primary data, I would say get that replication out of the way. This way, you'll be able to focus on finding results, analyzing them as well as discussing what they mean. You'll also be able to give yourself more time to do this so that if need be, you'll be able to look at your writing multiple times, each time with a new set of fresh eyes. Finally, I would simply recommend that you have as many people look over your work as possible so that you can catch and correct as many mistakes as possible. When you have people review your work, you'll get different input that can inspire you and make your essay just better overall.
I hope that this helped one way or another.
leonie02
Posts: 2
Joined: Dec 1,2018

Tue Feb 26,2019 03:00 PM

@Bora Thank you so so much!

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