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When you are about to write a psychology research paper and are having trouble looking for a topic it is important to consider the following tips:
Tip Number One: Make sure the topic that you select (or the category in which you are looking) is appropriate for the assignment. If you are taking a class of Freudian development and its influence in modern psychological methods it may not be good to focus the brunt of your research paper on something such as the Harvard Project.
Tip Number Two: Make sure the topic you select (or the category in which you are looking) is something that you have a passion for. If you read about a particular experiment that took place which excited you are piqued your interest that may be the best topic for you to choose. If you have a passion for the topic or are in any way already well versed in it then the research and writing portion will be significantly easier for you and will happen much faster.
If you are writing a paper in psychology you might consider the following titles as inspiration for your research:
You can take any spin on these topics or convert them into a research proposal that you need to investigate using some form of psychological investigation as per your assignment.
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