Three Writing Tips Backed By Scientific Evidence

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As my doctoral colleagues and I near the end of Year 2, we’re thinking more and more about writing our dissertations. While that process involves much research and planning, it also involves a whole heck of a lot of writing.

So, how do you write better? Here are three tips based on scientific evidence:

Of course, this isn’t an exhaustive list, and it doesn’t mention the most important part about becoming a good writer…

Writing. All. The. Time. The more you write, the better you’ll get. 2,000 words a day, according to Stephen King.

So, get to writing, my friends.

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