Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Important paragraph elements

I vaguely remember this lecture at all, but I believe they wanted paragraphs to be thought out, written well and in depth, and not plagiarized. But again, I have very little memory of this lecture.

Rough Draft Woes

I'm not entirely sure what this blog is supposed to be about, but I imagine it has something to do with problems we are having while working on our rough drafts. The only problem I ran into was locating sources at the library, and finding the motivation to go to the library. Luckily, I worked through it.

Thesis Statement of your paper

"In everything that we do, actions, decisions, thinking, and feeling; there is a motive and a reason behind it."

Reflection after your final research paper submitted

Well, my final research paper is not technically submitted yet, only because I emailed the wrong copy to myself so I was unable to print it out. BUT, I think for the most part my paper was relatively decent and fairly informative. Hopefully I did well.

Alternative titles for your research paper - the good, the bad, and the ugly

"Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology"
"The Study of Human Behavior"
"Common Misconceptions of Cognitive Psychology"

Your revising plans, what tips helped most

I did not find any "tips" coming into use when revising my work. I typically just read and re-read my work, and fix any errors that have been made. It is a fairly simple process.

Places visited online to help address grammar issues

As I stated in my previous blog, I am not commonly prone to making grammatical errors in my papers. Although I did find a useful website called through Google that is an instant grammar checker. Pretty nifty.