The Psychology of Effective Studying -

The Psychology of Effective Studying

How to Succeed in Your Degree



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**Author Paul Penn is the 2021 Winner of the Higher Education Psychology Teacher of the Year Award** This book provides a vital guide for students to key study skills that are instrumental in success at university, covering time management, academic reading and note-taking, academic integrity, preparation of written assignments, teamwork and presentations. With each chapter consisting of sub-sections that are titled with a single piece of fundamental advice, this is the perfect 'hit the ground running' resource for students embarking on their undergraduate studies. The book uses evidence from psychology to account for the basic errors that students make when studying, illuminating how they can be addressed simply and effectively. Creating an 'insider's guide' to the core requisite skills of studying at degree level, and using a combination of research and practical examples, the author conveys where students often go fundamentally wrong in their studying practices and provides clear and concise advice on how they can improve. Written in a humorous and irreverent tone, and including illustrations and examples from popular culture, this is the ideal alternative and accessible study skills resource for students at undergraduate level, as well as any reader interested in how to learn more effectively.

Product code: 9781138570924

ISBN 9781138570924
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H234xW156
No. Of Pages 228
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
This book uses a combination of research from cognitive psychology, humour and practical examples to convey where students often go fundamentally wrong in their studying practices, providing clear and concise advice on how they can improve. It is the ideal study skills resource for any student at undergraduate level.