Gender distribution of mental illness

Gender distribution of mental illness

Subject: Psychology plus annotated bibliography needed: 2 pages/550 words – 10 references

Research Paper

Write the abstract, introduction (including at least 2 hypothesis) and literature review section of a research paper.  The paper must include a review of 10 or more journal articles related to a psychological hypothesis you select.  Journal articles must be current (within the last 10 years) and be from peer-reviewed journals.  The completed paper must be 10 page typed paper (12-point font, double space, 1” margins on all sides) following APA style guidelines.  The format should consist of: B)  Abstract page:1.     Statement of the issue 2.     Brief research question and hypothesis C)  Introduction and Literature Review:: 10 pages1.     1-Statement of the research topic and its importance2.     2- Summarize the past research;  A narrative section discussing the hypothesis, article’s summary and analysis, and research conclusions.  Finish with the following:•         Rationale for and overview of the proposed study•   Research questions or hypothesesThe purpose of Section C is to: (a) describe the purpose of the study (b) place the study in the context of previous research on the topic (c) justify your hypotheses Each paragraph of the introduction should bring the reader closer to understanding why the study was done and what hypotheses you are making. The first paragraph of the Introduction should introduce the general topic of study.  Do not begin too generally, but do not begin too specifically either. Be sure to define any terms you are using that are specific to the field of study.  Indicate your operation definitions. In subsequent paragraphs you should be building a case for your study.  Explain what has been found in previous research on this topic, describe what gap exists in this literature, and explain how your study will fill the gap.  Towards the end of your introduction, briefly review the justification for your hypotheses.  Do not simply state your hypothesis and assume the reader will know why you are making them.

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