M1_A4_ Review Paper
M1_A4_ Review Paper—Topic Proposal & Reference Page
The purpose of this assignment is to provide you with the opportunity to select a topic in the particular area in which you have an occupational or research interest, and to locate a minimum of ten scholarly references. A helpful Web site for organizing and writing a literature review is www.wisc.edu/writing/Handbook/
You may also want to review the following documents that are available in the Doc Sharing area of the course:
- A sample literature review,
- a PowerPoint document illustrating how to set up your word processor for APA style
- a “Guide for Writing a Literature Review”
- a PowerPoint tips document
Write one to two paragraphs (a) summarizing the problem area (be specific in defining the problem), (b) describing what you already know about the topic, and c) why you have chosen this topic for your literature review. The topic should apply psychological research to an individual, organizational, or social problem. Include a working title and the objective of the paper.
Search for literature on your selected topic and create a Reference Page containing at least 10 scholarly references. A good way to begin searching for relevant literature is to search for key words related to your topic in a research database. Narrow your search to articles in peer-reviewed journals. Another good idea is to check the list of References at the end of an article to find other relevant work. If you have any questions about this part, please feel free to set up an appointment with your instructor or ask the librarian. You will create a reference page for your literature review paper in an appropriate APA style. Your resources must come from scholarly, peer-reviewed journals or books. No Internet resources may be used here.
Click here to review the APA 6th Edition APA sample paper.
Wednesday, October 7, 2015.
Name your file: AU_PSY492_M1_A4_LastName_
Assignment 4 Grading Criteria
Submitted a topic proposal of two paragraphs. Defined the problem clearly and in specific terms appropriate to the topic.
Applied psychological research to an individual, organizational, or societal problem.
Discussed your current knowledge/understanding of the topic.
Submitted at least 10 scholarly references pertaining to topic area.
Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources, displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.