Psychology students like to go it alone

November 24, 2000

Final-year psychology students at Teesside University are being scrutinised in a project trying to understand how undergraduates work on dissertations. "Common problems include students wanting to solve issues themselves without assistance," said researcher Steve Kimpton. "They have no idea they can learn from their fellow students."

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