Stuck with a difficult assignment? No time to get your paper done? Feeling confused? If you’re looking for reliable and timely help for assignments, you’ve come to the right place. We promise 100% original, plagiarism-free papers custom-written for you. Yes, we write every assignment from scratch and it’s solely custom-made for you.
Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper
Please pay careful attention to the assignment instruction attached to this post.
Journal Article Reviews:
1. Pick four research papers that represent research done in a field of psychology that is of interest to you (e.g., Clinical Psychology, School Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Neuropsychology, Health Psychology, Etc.).
Each paper must be from a different field of psychology. The papers must be scientifically based and from the years 2010 to present, no anecdotal wonders, no theoretical papers or reviews. If the article does not have a research design and dependent measures, it cannot be used for your class paper.
2. If you have concerns about the appropriateness of your article for abstracting, attach it in PDF form and email it to me at: [email protected] I should be able to rather quickly give you feedback on this.
3. Use the attached abstract outline-exactly. Type the abstracts. Each paper should be
approximately 2-3 pages in length.
Two to three (2-3) pages in length, double spaced/typed. Use the headings exactly as presented below.
Reference: Author’s name (year). Title of article, Journal Name, volume, pages, APA format; e.g. – Becker, L.J., & Seligman, C. (1981). Educational treatment of hyperactive children.
Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36, 1-7.
Descriptors: What area of psychology are you writing on? Why did you choose this area of interest?
Précis: A brief one or two sentence description of the study (e.g., the School Psychologist used a random beep tape to reinforce hyperactive children in a special classroom to stay on task).
Introduction: This section should briefly describe any background information found in the introduction of the paper. Items may include rationale for the study, important previous studies, special issues.
Method: This section of the abstract should include a more detailed description of the subjects, design setting, target behavior (dependent measure) Enough detail should be given to the intervention (step-by step) so that it might be used by someone reading the abstract.
Comments: This section should include in your own words what you thought was important about this study and what makes it unique. How does the review of research in this field affect your interest in pursuing a degree in this area (positive and/or negative).
Cautions: This section should include any procedural concerns you may have about the techniques used in the study, issues you might have with the type of research, what you would additionally want to know before enrolling in graduate studies in this field.