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Writing in Psychology
Writing in Psychology Research Report Introductions
For a historical research project, secondary sources are generally scholarly books and articles. A secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources. These sources are one or more steps removed from the event. Secondary sources may contain pictures, quotes or graphics of primary sources. For a historical research project, secondary sources are most often scholarly books and articles. Some social sciences material is included.
An introduction to research methods
This course provides an in-depth look at the regulatory systems currently in operation in the EU and their impact, together with UK legislation, on the conduct of clinical research. Starting with a refresher on the history of medicinal product regulations and the need for ethics, the course explains in more detail the practical applications of GCP and outlines recent major developments in GCP. This highly practical course explores the relevance of clinical research in drug development and summarises the ethical and regulatory requirements for clinical trials. It covers clinical trial methodology and summarises the principles of Good Clinical Practice. The course gives an overview of the various aspects of clinical research and will be of interest to all members of the clinical study team.
Teenagers in many American cities have been involved in more gangs in the last five years than ever before. These gangs of teens have been committing a lot of violent crimes. The victims of these crimes are both gang members and people outside of gangs.