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How To Get Psychology Dissertation Help For Free: Useful Sources

Writing a psychology dissertation can be a daunting task. The complexity of the subject area can mean that without specialized help, completing a project may be impossible. Getting specialized help though can get very expensive.

This is not as big a problem as it may seem at first because there are a lot of free resources available that can help you get through the process of writing your psychology dissertation. Here is a list of free resources that will go a long way towards helping you:

  1. Ask your teacher
  2. If your degree was a taught course for which you are now writing a dissertation, you are in luck. You have already paid the tuition fee so your teacher or lecturer is now a free resource. Go ask your teacher for help. Better yet, if any of your teachers work or research in an area remotely related to your paper, go talk to them: that is what they are there for!

  3. Ask your Dissertation Supervisor
  4. Your supervisor was not necessarily one of your teachers. However, given that they have been in touch with your dissertation and its progress since the very beginning and are an expert in the area, ask for help. No one will do your work for you but a gentle nudge in the right direction is all the help you will need.

  5. Talk to your classmates
  6. Your classmates are in the same boat as you, working away on their papers. Their subject area is the same or related and they are actively researching. Their knowledge is fresh and relevant. Talk to them and discuss your work. You may learn something and you may help them too in some small way.

  7. Look online
  8. A public search engine is your best friend and your first line of attack against a problem when you are stuck. Search using clever but simple terms related to your subject area and you will find dozens of examples of work already one by people on the same or similar area. Read and get inspired.

  9. Head to the library
  10. Go to your university library or the closest public library. Search for works in your subject area. Ask the librarian for help if you cannot find what you are looking for. Read and research. Just remember to return the books or journals on time to avoid a fine!