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Students Athlete Using Steroids

i want to write 2 pages of introduction and 2 and a half page outline and i will upload my draft to fix it and use the sources listed or bring new matching sources and the details bellow :-

First Draft—General Information

Getting started on your research paper may be difficult, but it is important to begin as soon as possible.  Do not put too much pressure on yourself to be perfect.  Schedule regular times to write and hold yourself to writing during these times.

The purpose of your first draft is to write the Introduction section of your research paper, and provide an outline for the remainder of the paper. Please remember that all content in your paper should either be in your own words (preferred) or in quotation marks with page numbers provided.  Keeping plagiarism out of your first draft is an important step in keeping it out of your final research paper.

Format of First Draft (+ Tips)

·  Include Title Page, Introduction, detailed Outline, and References.

·  Write 5-7 pages (of text), which is about 1800 words, and include 5-7 sources.

·  Follow APA Style and avoid ALL forms of Plagiarism.

·  Follow these First Draft Guidelines carefully.

Content of First Draft (Title Page, Introduction, Detailed Outline, and References)

See APA manual for formatting your Title Page and References section.  Guidance on the other sections of the draft follows.

·  In your Introduction, do the following: 

a)  Introduce your general topic and the social problem you plan to address;

b)  Describe why this is an important topic/problem to address (provide relevant statistics as necessary);

c)  Define technical, topic-relevant terms as necessary;

d)  Specify at least two sub-disciplines of psychology that you have selected to inform your project and why these sub-disciplines, in particular, will be useful;

e)  Describe the historical roots of your selected topic as far back in psychology as possible (be sure to identify relevant schools of thought, theorists, and theories);

f)  Describe the overall purpose of your research paper (in doing so, specify whether you plan to propose an evidence-based social program or an applied research project);

g)  Describe the main goals of your evidence-based social program or applied research project (it is not necessary to include the specifics of your program/research project here); and

h)  Provide a road map for what will be included in the rest of the paper.

·  In the Detailed Outline section of your first draft, you should briefly list what you intend to cover in the remainder of your research paper after the Introduction. As your paper is a work-in-progress, it is understood that your outline may change over time as you learn more about your topic.  It is also understood that your outline will become more detailed over time.  In your outline, map out the overarching structure of your research paper in as much detail as is possible at this point. This should follow on directly from the Introduction.  Below you will find a template outline.

Detailed Outline

I.  Introduction

II.  Sub-Discipline A

A.  Review relevant literature in sub-discipline A (map out and use a thematic structure, rather than an article-by-article structure).

B.  Define relevant terms (where appropriate).

C.  Critique literature in this section (as you are discussing it).

D.  Summarize main themes in this section.

III.  Sub-Discipline B

A.  Review relevant literature in sub-discipline B (map out and use a thematic structure, rather than an article-by-article structure).

B.  Define relevant terms (where appropriate).

C.  Critique literature in this section (as you are discussing it).

D.  Summarize main themes in this section.

IV.  Integration of Sub-Disciplines A and B

A.  Discuss the themes that have emerged (what you have learned) from integrating the material from A and B, focusing on what is relevant for the proposal section of your paper.

B.  Describe any inconsistencies and gaps in the two literatures, using this to make a case for the uniqueness/necessity of your proposed social program or applied research project.

V.  Proposal – Evidenced-Based Social Program or Applied Research Project? (specify)

A.  If proposing an evidenced-based social program, describe nature of program in detail (be sure to describe and cite evidence supporting the elements of your program, where relevant).

  i.  What is the specific purpose of your program?

  ii.  Who will program serve? How will it be advertised?

  iii.  What will the program consist of? What will the participants do?

  iv.  What are the ethical issues that surface when trying to realize a social program like the one you are proposing? How will you address these ethical issues?

  v.  Who will lead/implement your program? What training will they require? How will this training be provided?

  vi.  How will the program be funded?

  vii.  How will the program be assessed for effectiveness in addressing your social problem?

  viii.  Discuss the strengths and limitations/obstacles of your proposed program.

B.  If proposing an applied research project, describe the nature of your project in detail. Be sure to describe and cite evidence supporting the elements of your applied project, where relevant.

  i.  What is the specific purpose of your proposed study?

  ii.  Who will the participants be? How many will there be? How will they be recruited?

  iii.  Describe the study design, the materials necessary to conduct the study, and the study procedure. Be sure to use valid and reliable (well-established) measures where possible.

  iv.  What are the ethical issues that surface when trying to conduct a research project like the one you are proposing? How will you address these ethical issues?

  v.  Describe how the data will be analyzed and the anticipated results.

  vi.  Describe how the results will be disseminated and how they will be used to address your social problem.

  vii.  Discuss the strengths and limitations of your proposed study.

VI.  Discussion (Summary, Evaluation, and Conclusions)

A.  Re-describe your general topic and the purpose of your investigation (describe the social problem you sought to address, including why it is important to address this topic/social problem).

B.  Remind reader of the historical roots of your topic in the field of psychology.

C.  Remind reader of the two modern sub-disciplines used in your analysis and summarize the main findings and themes in each of these disciplines, particularly as they relate to addressing your social problem. 

D.  Remind reader of the highlights and strengths of your proposed evidence-based social program or applied research project. In doing this, be sure to address what contributions you have made to the discipline of psychology and to people in general, as well as what makes your proposal unique/distinctive.

E.  Identify inconsistencies and gaps in the literature addressing your topic. Identify limitations of your proposed social program or applied research project.

F.  Identify next steps for researchers in your topic area. Specify the next steps for future research or specify the directions for programs that might logically follow-up your proposed program.

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