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Your paper should not be just a statement of your opinion or a summary of material from the text or lectures. Rather, your paper should be based on a discussion and analysis of information that you have obtained from the scientific literature in psychology, including at least 1 scientific source that is a peer-reviewed article in a scientific journal in psychology or a related scientific field. (Note: Psychology Today, popular magazines, newspapers, and encyclopedias do not count as scientific journals).
❖ This journal article should have been published in 2017, 2018, 2019, or 2020
❖ the paper should use correct spelling and grammar, as well as carefully constructed sentences and paragraphs
❖ it should have an introductory paragraph that states the topic and thesis of the paper, as well as a concluding paragraph that summarizes and ties together major points and arguments in the paper.