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This paper will include a review of the research on your topic, all leading to a future research idea. You will need to say what the purpose of your study is/what your research question is, state the hypothesis for your study, give a detailed Participants section (this section is normally the first part of a Methods section), and write a Conclusion section. I have provided you with helpful information that will assist you in writing your paper. I would make every attempt to listen to these presentations, and review the other documents, so that you can do well on your paper. Requirements for paper o 7-8 pages (this means 7-8 pages of text, not 7-8 pages total) Double spaced 12-point Times New Roman font 1 inch margins on all sides (be careful, because the default in some versions of Word is 1.25 inches on left and right) o AT LEAST 5 primary, scientific references (from peer-reviewed journals) Found using ResearchPort Published between 2008-2019 (Id prefer if you stay away from sources that were published prior to 2007) You MUST use primary, scientific references that means they are peerreviewed RESEARCH articles (so, they a methods and results sections) You MAY NOT use meta-analyses. You MAY NOT use review articles. DO NOT USE: Google (unless its google scholar) Wikipedia Newspapers (Baltimore Sun, etc) Popular Magazines (Psychology Today, Time, etc) Textbooks Websites made for the general public (NIH, WebMD, emedicine) o APA Writing Style APA Style Title page No Abstract Proper in-text citations and references page NO DIRECT QUOTES Other APA Writing Style rules are followed (e.g., avoid personal pronouns, proper use of abbreviations, proper formatting of headings, avoid use of contractions, etc.) o What your paper should be: An introduction to your topic with a clearly stated thesis statement, A summary of the published research on the topic you choose, which leads to an idea for a future research study, complete with a purpose, research question, hypothesis for the study, and a detailed Participants section. A Conclusion where you wrap up loose ends.