Main concepts: (keywords): externalizing symptoms, physiological regulation, RSV

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Main concepts: (keywords): externalizing symptoms, physiological regulation, RSV, supportive emotion-related parenting
The structure for your report is somewhat flexible, but it must include a summary, introduction (rationale and background), a brief description of the methods and findings, and your discussion of the research (the latter is very important). You should also have your list of at least 7 empirical, primary source references (this and the entire paper in APA, of course!). As discussed in class, you may construct your final report as the Psych 100w paper, so that there are essentially a series of chronologically-ordered article summaries. If this is your approach, you must state the rationale, background information and theoretical propositions in an introductory section. To complete your paper with the page limitations, you will also have to summarize some of the studies more than would be expected in a 100w paper. You must describe what was done in the studies that you have sited, but some detailed information (e.g., numbers of participants) should be omitted. You must also have a conclusion/discussion section which is your critical analysis of the work that you reviewed. This is where you tie everything together, and you discuss the imitations and the strengths of the research on your topic.
If you choose to organize your paper as a traditional research paper, it would read like a review article, which I’m sure you have come across in your research. You might organize your paper in this way and I’ve provided some additional example formats below. In all cases, the methods and results would be discussed, but they would greatly summarized.
To reiterate, for all papers, instead of an “Abstract”, you should open your paper with a “Summary” page of your research. It should include a rationale, thesis, methods (e.g., humans, animals, tests?) general results, and your final conclusion. Your paper is to be based on empirical research , and is to be at least 7 pages in length (please, no more than 10 pages). Your research report will be graded on content and clarity (first and foremost). Still, do remember APA format!
Critical Evaluation and Final Paper Tips
During the course of the semester you will science-based material. Below are some general tips followed by a “checklist” that follows the format of a scientific report. Please use this guide as a reference for your final term paper and when reading and evaluating journal articles.
General Tips For Your Critical Evaluation and Final Paper:
Write as though you are writing the paper for submission to a scientific journal.
Be careful of colloquialisms. Although the active form of writing is generally more engaging, the written word is not like the spoken word. Avoid using ’empty words’ or words that are just filler words.
Get your final publish proof read by friends, family or the Writing Center. If they don’t understand your paper, you haven’t been clear enough.
The introduction serves to logically present the background information/provide context for the study.
Is the purpose or problem clearly stated?
Why is it important (rationale & justification)?
Are your objectives clearly stated?
You will need to describe some of the methods, although you are not required to include a separate “Methods” section. Below are some considerations when describing methods.
Are you discussing both animal and human studies? Be certain to make this clear, and consider what the pros and cons of each are.
Describe what materials or instruments were used and how they were used in the study.
Was the research design satisfactory?
Were the research methods sound?
Again, a separate “Results” section is not required, but can be included if you wish. Questions to be considered are:
Were the findings described the research appropriate for the stated objectives?
Did the results make sense, and did the conclusions extend beyond what the data showed?
Were statistical hypotheses clearly supported or refuted?
This section is intended to be your opportunity to synthesize, critique and analyze your research articles. Below are questions to be addressed.
Have you discussed the potential explanations for the results discussed?
Have other studies come to similar/different conclusions?
Did the authors account for discrepancies among research findings?
Are the conclusions supported by the data that you reviewed?
What is the main point?
Do you see a need for future research?
Comments: You should discuss the strengths and weakness of the research. You might also suggest changes that would strengthen this line of study.
Below is the grading rubric for the written report:
– Complete background, clear rationale.
– Topic is thoroughly described. Presentation is rich in information.
– Well-organized ideas. Organization provides a clear idea of background and purpose.
– Clear description of manipulations and procedures, and the logic underlying their use.
– Results and analysis clearly stated.
– Conclusions and implications clear and persuasive.
– The conclusion is strong and leaves the reader solidly understanding the research presented, and why the findings are important and relevant. Excellent integration of material clearly delineating necessary and sufficient treatment issues.
– Grammatical errors are minimal and do not detract from the paper.
– No or minimal spelling, or punctuation errors.
– All references and citations are correctly written and present.


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