I never found any evidence that stress did worsen psoriasis. The most important thing about a Ph D is showing what you know, what you have learned, and what you understand.Nor that psoriasis worsened stress (or any other psychological symptom). If anyone gets to the end of a Ph D and says "Well, those results were all positive, just as I expected", they've learned little.However, I really am not sure whether that is it ok for me to do so.
I never found any evidence that stress did worsen psoriasis. The most important thing about a Ph D is showing what you know, what you have learned, and what you understand.
The Discussion CAN also include Conclusions/Future Research. See our theses in discussion page for more information or try these exercises. This is where you emphasise that your research aims/objectives have been achieved. For more information see conclusions in honours theses or sample conclusions.
I have been struggling in repeating the experiments for a prolonged time and done a lot of attempts, yet I still have not got a good result for it.
While my viva session and thesis submission date is approaching nearer, I am really stressed and have thought about modifying my lab results so that it is more presentable for my thesis since time is running out.
It is an overview of your whole thesis, and is between 200-300 words.';" shape="poly" coords="73,25,90,12,90,42,72,40,71,58,50,62,39,80,28,62,0,61,1,2,73,1" href="/node/243" /Methods: Often the easiest part of the thesis to write.
Outlines which method you chose and why (your methodology); what, when, where, how and why you did what you did to get your results.';" shape="rect" coords="73,89,137,149" href="/node/248" /Literature Review: Often part of the Introduction, but can be a separate section.