Five chances to win a copy of Psychology for Dummies!

Update: This competition is now closed.

We’ve got five copies of Psychology for Dummies by Adam Cash to give away, kindly donated by John Wiley.

How to enter
Please tell us when/where you most enjoy reading the BPS Research Digest blog or email newsletter. Tell us in a Tweet (mention @researchdigest AND #digestinthebath) or by using the comments function beneath this post. If you use the comments function here, make sure you leave a way for us to contact you. This coming Friday 16 Dec, we’ll pick five different entries (three people from Twitter and two from here on the blog) at random as the winners. Good luck!

41 thoughts on “Five chances to win a copy of Psychology for Dummies!”

  1. I read it at about 2am in the depths of my research lab (AKA a dark corner of my bedroom). I'm into economics and love getting ideas from other disciplines.

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  2. I love reading the blog on my laptop-wherever that may be. In my room, or in the library at school. It's a great way to keep informed and up to date! This book would make an excellent (and funny) gift for my parents who are very interested in psychology (when I share what I've learned in my undergrad classes)!
    Contact me at sam_fairley10@hotmail.com

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  3. “I would read it in a boat!
    And I would read it with a goat…
    And I will read it in the rain.
    And in the dark. And on a train.
    And in a car. And in a tree.
    They are so good so good you see!

    So I will read it in a box.
    And I will read it with a fox.
    And I will read it in a house.
    And I will read it with a mouse.
    And I will read it here and there.
    Say! I will read it ANYWHERE!”

    …. wait.. I may be getting confused with Dr Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham… But I would read BPS Research Digest in all these situations 🙂

    greendaydejected@yahoo.com

    NB. All rights of the rhyme go to Dr Seuss – I don't claim to have written it 🙂

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  4. I read the BPS Research Digest thusly:

    WHEN: Whenever it hits my inbox

    WHERE: Wherever I am, unless I”m actually teaching or presenting.

    WHY: Simply always find value and interesting things to follow up on.

    This is one of my priority reads: Goes to the front of the line, because I have come to trust the consistent quality of what you share.

    … and that's the truth:)

    John Smith
    stratlearning@hotmail.com

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  5. I am an Advanced Placement high school psychology teacher from the US (Chippewa Falls, WI). I follow the blog to keep my content knowledge fresh so I can share new research with my students. Usually I catch up on posts during preparation periods at school.

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