gabidarza
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Joined: Aug 4,2016

Thu Aug 4,2016 09:11 AM

Hello, so I'm taking Psych HL and my teacher recommended me to make my EE about Psych wherein the topic involves the neurotransmitter Acetylcholine and Alzheimer's disease and it's an interesting topic however kinda really challenging, so I was wondering do any of you know any studies or information that could help? I've been looking but I'm stuck :(
haniabar
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Joined: May 11,2017

Thu Aug 4,2016 02:13 PM

I unfortunately cannot help with Psychology, but please don't post your EE question online! This opens up routes to plagiarism and copying of your ideas, something which ultimately your piece, although unique and distinct in its origin, will suffer from. When writing about EE, just briefly state the area your focusing on eg Alzheimers and neurotransmitters. :)
gabidarza
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Joined: Aug 4,2016

Thu Aug 4,2016 11:25 PM

Whoops I edited it thanks! Haha :p
amanda
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Joined: Apr 27,2016

Sun Aug 28,2016 11:03 PM

Martinez and Kesner (1991)
Alijaffer
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Joined: Oct 17,2016

Tue Oct 18,2016 10:04 AM

Try using Google Scholar. It helped me a lot. I understand your situation. I found it very hard too, to collect resources appropriate to Psychology. I actually had to pay $40 to gain access to a research done. However, I did collect my other resources through using University libraries. I had a friend of mine who gave me access their library using their log in details. I then found the same study that was $40 but just this time that it was free. Just be patient and remember the EE is not an overnight process. Collect as much as details you and bookmark each and every page you read for your correct citations.
mitty
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Joined: May 7,2018

Fri Jun 16,2017 08:58 PM

Meany works for Alzheimer's too!!
LaraMV
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Joined: Jun 26,2017

Thu Sep 7,2017 04:00 PM

I'm doing my EE in psychology and I chose to do it in a topic that I am personally invested in: how does stereotype threat affect the performance of female footballers. I'm so thankful that I like the topic because it makes it so much easier. Personally I would do it on something that you're aren't gonna be fully interested and invested in even if sound interesting at first

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