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Abstract
Delete this text and replace it with your own abstract. The text is already formatted for you. The abstract must be double-spaced and in block format with no left indentation. The seventh edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (the APA manual) stipulates that an abstract should not exceed 250 words. The abstract is not an introduction to the subject. It is a summary of every main point in the paper. The writing should be clear, vigorous, and free of extraneous words. For more information about the abstract, see Section 2.9 in the APA manual.
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Use this space to create an introduction to your paper that explains your passions and interests in psychology research and how they relate to your overall vision and goals and previous personal and professional experiences. This could include your previous personal and professional experiences related to your research and scholarship vision and goals, any major influences that led you to your target population and setting for your research question, and any other relevant information to provide context for your research and scholarship vision and your research question.
In addition, introduce your research question and overall themes you found in the literature. For more information about the introduction and body of your paper, see Section 2.11 in the APA manual.
Evaluation of Sources
In this section, write a critical evaluation of at least three peer-reviewed scholarly articles. When you evaluate the articles, consider if the article was peer reviewed or published within the last seven years. Evaluate the articles in terms of relevance, credibility, reliability, value, and ethics. Discuss the intended audience, any potential bias, limitations of study, and point of view.
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Use this space to integrate your research articles according to a theme you found in the literature. Compare and contrast your resources’ positions relative to the theme, and then synthesize your own position relative to the theme. 
Use a concise formulation of the theme for your heading. For more information about organizing your paper with headings, see Sections 2.26 and 2.27 in the APA manual. Remember to integrate your scholarly references throughout your paragraphs. For more information about citing references in text, see Chapter 8, “Works Credited in the Text,” in the APA manual. Delete this comment before submitting your paper.
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Use this space to integrate your research articles according to another theme you found in the literature.
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Use this space to integrate your research articles according to another theme you found in the literature. Add more sections, if needed, for additional themes you found.
Application and Research Vision
Use this space to apply the themes and other findings from the literature to your future professional practice in psychology. Also, analyze how these findings could help you accomplish the functions, responsibilities, and ethics required of a psychology professional. What techniques, strategies, and best practices are indicated by your research? What enhanced outcomes can be expected when they are applied?
Describe how your research fits into your future vision and goals for your career. Discuss any additional professional goals related to this research. Expand upon the vision statement you completed in Week 4 to integrate research and scholarship in your specialized field of psychology.
Conclusion
Restate the conclusions you came to regarding the themes you explored with your research. Support your conclusions by citing your references. However, if you find that more research would be needed to decide a question, briefly outline ideas of how that could be undertaken.
References
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume#(issue#), xx–xx.
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume#(issue#), xx–xx.
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume#(issue#), xx–xx.
Your references for this paper should be scholarly articles but may include practitioner sources. Follow this template for the reference list. Be sure to alphabetize your references here, and remember to use in-text citations where you use them in your paper. For more information about references, see Section 2.12 and Chapter 9, “Reference List,” in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Delete this text before submitting your paper.