History Of Depression
Article Review Guidelines (Articles Must be Academic/Peer Reviewed and explicitly relate to your Psychological Presentation. Article Title: Title of the journal Article Author(s): Journal/Publication: Publication Information: Date, Volume and Issue, Page Numbers Publisher Information: Publisher (organization, e.g., NCTM), City–Note, this info may not be available for some journals. Keywords: These should be keywords that define the major topics of the article selected. if someone were searching a database of these articles, then they would search these keywords much as you searched Mas complete search engine in our library databases. Examples: depression , Schizophrenia etc. Introduction: Very short intro to the article; few sentence summary at most. Why did you decide to look at this article and review it? Abstract and Overview: Short summary of the article. True abstracts are no more than 100/150 words and are one paragraph. This abstract and overview can be a little longer. Nevertheless, try to keep it to a few paragraphs at most. Analysis and Synthesis: Here is where you actually “review” the article. What are the most important conclusions of the article or the most important aspects from your perspective? How, specifically, does this inform your Psychological Presentation? What did you learn from the article? Are there points in the article with which you agree or disagree? Why? Pull it all together–what conclusions or implications do you feel are the most important? Again, don’t feel that you need to write a long document. A few well- crafted paragraphs that are succinct and directly to the point with sound arguments supporting your position are all that are needed. Conclusion: Write three solid paragraph in your own words summarizing your views about the article.