In Week 3 you conducted an annotated bibliography using the course competencies as a guide in choosing the articles. For this week you will take that information and incorporate it into a final paper. For this paper, choose one anxiety disorder to focus on and write about in detail. Discuss its history, diagnostic criteria, etiology, demographics, treatments, and how it compares to other anxiety disorders.
The paper is not just a review of the current literature it is a culmination of what you have learned over the course. As in Week 3 use the course competencies as a guide to developing your paper:
Your paper should adhere to the following guidelines:For the main sections, it should have:
Introduction: This should be one to two pages in length. The introduction provides a brief overview of what will be covered and the purpose of the research paper.
Literature review: The literature review is taken in part from what you wrote in Week 3. The literature review is NOT a copy of that material. Rather, it is a discussion of your topic using the information you learned from reading that material and other articles and citing those sources.
Discussion and conclusions: The difference between a great research paper and a marginal one is the depth and originality of the discussion and conclusions section. This is where you bring together what you learned from the literature review (as well as through the course) in your concluding remarks regarding your topic. You are giving your opinion and analysis of the information, supported by what you have found in the research as well as other readings. The discussion and conclusions section should be one to two pages in length.
Reference page: Remember to follow the APA format and style.Support your responses with examples.Cite any sources in APA format.
Name your document SU_PSY4300_W5_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.
Submit your document to the W5 Assignment 2 Dropbox by Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
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