Monthly Archives: July 2013

You Lost Me at Inferential Statistics: Nine Quantitative Clues

An inference is a conclusion or judgment based on facts or evidence.  I have taken a few statistics courses spread mostly over the 90s, but I managed.  (To forget what I learned.) A recap that made my writing process easier … Continue reading

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The One Thing That Will Doom Your Dissertation and What To Do About It

Today’s post is the single most helpful piece of advice I have received since I wrote page one of my dissertation.  The only person who could ultimately give it to me was me.  I offer it to you as a … Continue reading

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The First Three Dissertation Chapters: Impress Your Chair

The more you know about what to expect with each draft, the more time you will ultimately save as you go through the drafts of your proposal.  You want to be sure to cover all the bases and then some … Continue reading

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pHormatting pHrustration

Recently, I spent about half a day trying to format my table of contents just right with the Roman numerals at the beginning of the document and the Arabic numerals starting wherever APA demands after that.  The next step was … Continue reading

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