a literature review and references section to provide background information and support for a proposed study in the field of behavioral sciences.

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a literature review and references section to provide background information and support for a proposed study in the field of behavioral sciences.

Literature Review (Introduction) and References
This section should describe the research area and findings from previousstudies. Write in a goal-directed manner. By this I mean you will eventually be proposing some experiment in your proposal. Therefore, the literature review should be designed so that it discusses an issue or question that needs to be addressed in that area and provides a rationale for your proposed study. Moreover, you should structure your Introduction so that the motivation for your proposal becomes clear. To achieve that you should begin with a relatively big issue (e.g., a related example from daily life) and then focus down to the specific issue you are interested in, highlighting the aspects of previous research (e.g. some methodological flaw in previous approaches) that your proposal is meant to address. By the end of the Introduction the reader should have a very good idea of what the central issue of your proposal will be. (3-4 pages, minimum 5 references).
You must have at least five primary sources. At least two of the references should be from the last two years. You must format your references using the guidelines developed by the American Psychological Association’s Publication Manual (6th edition).
Research Methods for Behavioral Sciences
By Gravetter, Frederick J. / Forzano, Lori-Ann B.Edition : 6TH 18Publisher : CENGAGE LISBN 13 : 9781337613316

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