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Thread: Article submission - revisions needed - hopeful

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20-Jul-16, 20:50
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posted about 3 years ago
Thanks Drkl! Fingers crossed!

Thread: PhD

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20-Jul-16, 17:34
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posted about 3 years ago
Yes. :) I think a PhD is most people's way to becoming a uni lecturer these days. I know one or two lecturers though who do not hold PhDs but have clinical expertise instead.

Are you in the middle of your MSc now? I think it is a good time to get to know what kinds of funding are available (if that is what you'd be going for), what kinds of projects are available/being funded/you find interesting, and importantly who you might do the PhD with. For me, having an academic who I wanted to work with and who was happy to support my application really helped.

Thread: Can you refine / develop your research questions ?

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20-Jul-16, 15:38
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Ok. My data will do fine to answer my refined questions. Just checking that there isn't some other reason why you need to start anew with data collection if the data are OK.

Thread: Article request

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20-Jul-16, 09:43
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posted about 3 years ago
when I click on that link it doesn't take me to an article

Thread: Article help please!

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20-Jul-16, 09:32
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I can only access the first page ) :

Thread: Can you refine / develop your research questions ?

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20-Jul-16, 09:30
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So did you start collecting different data because the first set of data wasn't adequate to address your new research direction?

Thread: Article submission - revisions needed - hopeful

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19-Jul-16, 21:49
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Oh no, that was slightly ambiguous... three sets of comments from three separate reviewers. Probably 20 or more in total! But there is still hope? Phew!

Thread: Article submission - revisions needed - hopeful

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19-Jul-16, 20:09
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posted about 3 years ago
Yes! Thank you! Sounds positive enough!

Thread: Article submission - revisions needed - hopeful

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19-Jul-16, 19:48
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Hi all experienced authors (well, those with more experience than me)
I've had my first paper back from the editor with 3 lots of comments and suggestions for changes, which are all do-able within a relatively short timeframe (if I dedicate a few weeks to it). They've said that they feel the paper can make a valuable contribution.
Does this mean that if I address all their points thoroughly, it'll be accepted for publication?!
Cheers

Thread: Can you refine / develop your research questions ?

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15-Jul-16, 09:56
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Ps. This is a quantitative project, not qualitative. So it feels there is less room for reflection. But as long as it is the norm + considered good science - that is my main concern!

Thread: Can you refine / develop your research questions ?

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15-Jul-16, 09:38
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Thanks both. Time for tea (love your name - I'm just making one now). Was that when you were already in the middle of data collection and had seen the data?

Thread: Can you refine / develop your research questions ?

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14-Jul-16, 20:36
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Thanks. I have my first year upgrade in a week or so, and I now feel that the coding scheme is too broad, and the questions themselves are slightly too broad. Both need to be refined. So it is acceptable to discuss this and where I'm up to on how I might develop them?

I know this sounds odd but up to now (undergrad, masters) I've always come up with questions and a design to answer them and then just followed the plan. So I am a bit uncertain about what is the norm and good science when it comes to refining thoughts and plans (as opposed to being sneaky and trying to get significant results). I suppose it might be because in papers you often just read about the final product, rather than how the authors got there, what they changed along the way etc. ?

Thread: How to deal with mean colleague

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14-Jul-16, 15:28
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Hopefully she is on this forum, reading this, and will take a hint! :D

Thread: Can you refine / develop your research questions ?

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14-Jul-16, 13:18
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Can you refine / develop your research questions as you read + learn more, even though data collection is already underway (as long as the data will still be adequate to answer the new/slightly changed questions?)

Thread: Study help!

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13-Jul-16, 21:26
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Hi, I've done the first part but now it has redirected me and is asking me to install some software to my browser to be able to play something. If I don't do the second part does that render my results from the first part no good? Not very keen on installing stuff.
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