By TheCrunchfish , April 12, in Research. I defended my Masters thesis months ago but sadly, this whole nightmarish process still isnt over. My advisor wanted me to continue working on the paper to submit it for publication. I was very leery of this idea because my results really werent all that strong, im now juggling both work and writing, and because im so burned out from working on the same project for so long. While working on the paper, I noticed that I made an error in my data analysis which affects one of the conclusions I made in my thesis. Im completely freaking out now and wondering if he could make me redefend or if the school could strip me of my masters.
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East Carolina University Department of Psychology. Here is a list of errors of grammar and style which I have found to be fairly common in theses and dissertations. Now that you know they are errors, don't make them. Get out your dictionary. Used as a noun "affect" means "emotion.
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I lost weight, gained it back, acquired strange sleeping patterns, found warmth and true comfort in good old Stroopwafels Dutch cookies. In spite of my turbulent journey, I managed to produce a reasonably good paper from which I have derived two publications. One of which is here.
My view might be biased, but a lot of things probably apply across different fields and borders. First of all, congrats! You made it! You are currently taking your first step into the direction of independent research. You already heard from other people that stressful times are coming ahead and you are worried that everything will go wrong?