Monday, 12 December 2011

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 comments:

Anonymous said...

I read the blog to keep me informed of up to date and interesting research : )
a.b.barker@hotmail.co.uk

JJ said...

Wherever there is a good Belgian beer and my ipad, is my favorite place to read blogs like this one!!!

Anonymous said...

Weekdays, in the morning before starting the work in the lab (8-10). That is my time for updating with all the new things on twitter including @researchdigest.
mehrnooshj@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Any day! Usually I read it during the evening hours, when I'm relaxing. :)

Since I don't have one of those smart phones I can't read it anywhere but in my room. However, my room is cozy enough! rly_clueless@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Throughout the day on my phone! I am regularly updated with news and interesting facts!

Lisejane8@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Sat at my computer feeling like I've reached a bit of an impasse with some work, taking a quick look at this blog often gets me looking at it (or my attitude!) from a new perspective...

agoodenough@glos.ac.uk

Dan said...

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.

Samy said...

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

Wiles said...

currently reading the digest & posting this from my smartphone while in a psychiatric intensive care unit. Note: I'm an employee ,not a patient.

nwsweat@gmail

Wo said...

I read this blog early in the morning with my ipad on my lap and a coffee in my hand. Gives me talking points and brain food for the day.

paula clark said...

I read this blog because I live with 4 people who have bipolar disorder

Catriona said...

Now I've graduated I keep up to date with new research via twitter on my phone.
glittering_stars@hotmail.co.uk

Anonymous said...

After watching good old eastenders with a nice hot chocolateee on the laptop :) good days!

bautronyte1994@hotmail.co.uk

Luckey said...

I love finding out about new research and continually do so by looking at research digest website and via twitter.

luckstar_91@hotmail.co.uk

Rebecca said...

Chilling out at home with my netbook - best place.

ps09rw@leeds.ac.uk

Anonymous said...

I read it at home, after work.

darbsnave1@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

At the Break of Dawn (no pun intended)I jump to my computer and read the BPS blog in the comfort of my own home!

dawn.howell@ymail.com

Jude said...

I read BPS via RSS, which means that I read it whenever it pops up in my feed reader.

Anonymous said...

I read this blog everyday without a miss on my computer at a set time to be precise which is 5pm i enjoy keeping uptodate with new entries.

hanif101@hotmail.co.uk

Drew Shapter said...

I read the blog at the end of the working day to reawaken and reopen my mind that has been progressively squeezed during the day.

drew@skinnytiger.co.uk

Anonymous said...

I love reading it with my morning coffee!

366637@gmail.com

Whistler said...

I read BPS research digest in Google Reader. Usually around 11am.

Santiago Velasquez Martinez said...

I read it at the local Starbucks, with a good cup of fresh coffee.

ifsavel@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I'm currently reading the BPS blog on my smartphone during a boring research design course!

DB said...

I'm reading on my smartphone during a boring graduate-level psychology research design course!
Davidfbradley @ gmail.com

Urban Gypsy said...

I read it on my iphone on the train to school and work.

powell.jackie1@gmail.com

Emma S said...

"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 :)

John E. Smith said...

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

AmyO said...

I read it at the end of day with my laptop in bed. Usually find things to make note of and stay awake past my bedtime!

Anonymous said...

Every morning before the lectures while having my breakfast =) (yes, i do eat in front of the laptop and yes, I know that it's not the best way to do =)

aurum0806@yandex.ru

ActuallyJustStephanie said...

I read this blog on my smartphone whenever and wherever I have the opportunity. Being a busy mom, student, and employee I don't always have that opportunity, but when I do I'm never disappointed with the content.
ActuallyStephanie@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

In the evenings,relaxing in my attic room after a busy day..There's always something that blows your mind in this blog!
raniablack@live.com

Mrs. Welle said...

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.

Anonymous said...

In the library - a good hour at least everyday with some Mr. Scruff and a mug of Arabian coffee :) goes down a charm!

jed.1992@hotmail.co.uk

Anonymous said...

I read the blog on my net-book when I'm not meant to i.e. when I'm procrastinating ;-) from..my psychology degree!!! There is a lot more to life than writing reports !!

mariam_al_bahrani@live.co.uk

RiaLeez said...

I read the BPS readers digest blog whilst munching on my morning muesli!
maria_smithers@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I like to read it whenever I have free time from the kids, usually in the morn with a cup of coffee! Jeccastar@hotmail.com

kat said...

at work - stimulates the mind over a sandwich
Kat

Sonali said...

I usually like to either print it out beforehand or read it straight off my laptop on the floor of my room :)

Christian Jarrett said...

I'm just about to pick the two winners at random from these blog comments

Christian Jarrett said...

Just to say thanks so much for all your kind words in your entries. I've emailed the two winners now. Look out for more competitions coming very soon!

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