The research component (Industrial Psychology mini-dissertation) can be completed after the successful completion of IPS 806. It needs to be submitted for examination by 30 September in Year 2. In line with the proposal developed as part of IPS 806, students will conduct their research study by collecting, analysing and interpreting their findings in a scholarly manner, demonstrating a critical engagement with related academic work. They should also discuss the limitations of their study, its practical implications and its academic contribution. The findings will be communicated in the form of a mini-dissertation, following APA guidelines.
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