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Marks, Isaac M. “Fears, phobias, and rituals: Panic, anxiety, and their disorders.” 2012: xvii 682. Book.
In Fears, phobias, and rituals: Panic, anxiety, and their disorders, Isaac Marks has written a synthesis of information on the nature of fear, panic, and anxiety disorders. His book offers both a detailed discussion of the clinical aspects of fear-related syndromes and a broad exploration of the sources and mechanisms of fear and defensive behavior. Dealing first with normal fear, Marks establishes a firm, scientific basis for understanding it. Isaac Marks, wrote this for the Oxford University Press. He is directing this to students (scholars) who are studying fears, phobias, panic, etc. This was published by an academic press. You can tell the author has studied this, and is a subject he knows well. This article tells me that fear comes in many forms, and leads to other symptoms, such as panic, and anxiety.
Cannon, W. B. “Bodily Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear, and Rage”. 2012: 404. Article. In Bodily Changes in Pin, Hunger, Fear, and Rage, accounts for the experimental material which has appeared since 1915 and in addition contains five new chapters in which the following topics are discussed: emotional increase of red blood corpuscles, emotional derangement of bodily functions, the physiological basis of thirst, a critical examination of the James-Lange theory, and emotion as a function of the thalamus. Walter Bradford Cannon, M.D. was an American physiologist, professor and chairman of the Department of Physiology at Harvard Medical School. This article is towards Scholars who want to compare the body to emotional issues. The author has experience in this type of topic, because he’s a physiologist. From this article, I already knew that fear, pain, etc. has effects on your body.
Foa,Edna B.; Kozak, Michael J. “Emotional Processing of Fear: Exposure to Corrective Information”. Jan 1986: 20-35....
...What is an annotatedbibliography?
An annotatedbibliography gives an account of the research that has been done on a given topic. Like any bibliography, an annotatedbibliography is an alphabetical list of research sources. In addition to bibliographic data, an annotatedbibliography provides a concise summary of each source and some assessment of its value or relevance. Depending on your assignment, an annotatedbibliography may be one stage in a larger research project, or it may be an independent project standing on its own.
Selecting the sources:
The quality and usefulness of your bibliography will depend on your selection of sources. Define the scope of your research carefully so that you can make good judgments about what to include and exclude. Your research should attempt to be reasonably comprehensive within well-defined boundaries. Consider these questions to help you find appropriate limits for your research:
• What problem am I investigating? What question(s) am I trying to pursue? If your bibliography is part of a research project, this project will probably be governed by a research question. If your bibliography is an independent project on a general topic (e.g. aboriginal women and Canadian law), try formulating your topic as a question or a series...
...How to Write an AnnotatedBibliography An annotatedbibliography is a list of research on a particular subject that includes complete citation information and a short annotation (paragraph) about the source. How annotations are written depends on the purpose of the research.
Parts of An AnnotatedBibliography
Bibliographic information - the complete citation information written in correct APA format. This is the information you would normally include on a references page. Annotation – a short paragraph about the source. Again, how this is written depends on the purpose and/or requirements of the research.
Purpose of Writing An AnnotatedBibliography
Writing an annotatedbibliography is an effective way to document the research process and better prepare for a first draft. When your professor requires you to create an annotatedbibliography, he or she is setting you up for success. Among others, the results can include a focused preliminary thesis and a detailed analysis of possible resources. Following are more details of the purposes and benefits of writing an annotatedbibliography: Formulate a thesis: Conducting research is a prewriting activity that can help narrow the focus of a topic that you are researching. Writing annotations for each source can help you...
The advice in this brochure is a general guide only. We strongly recommend that you also follow your assignment marking criteria and seek clarification from your lecturer or tutor if needed.
What is an AnnotatedBibliography?
An annotatedbibliography provides a brief account of the available research on a given topic. It is a list of research sources that includes concise descriptions and evaluations of each source. The annotation usually contains a brief summary of content and a short analysis or evaluation. While an annotation can be as brief as one sentence, the standard annotatedbibliography consists of a citation followed by a short paragraph. An example is provided below.
Aim of the AnnotatedBibliography
In this case the annotatedbibliography will:
* review the literature of a particular subject;
* explore and organise sources for further research;
* allow you to get acquainted with the material available on a particular topic.
Questions to Consider
You need to consider carefully the texts that you select for your annotatedbibliography. Keep the following questions in mind to help clarify your choices.
1. What topic/ problem am I investigating?
2. What is the aim of your bibliography?...
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What is an annotatedbibliography?
An annotatedbibliography is a list or collection of sources in which each item is summarised and commented on.
It has two functions:
• It provides people in a particular field with access to significant and current information about relevant sources
• It also provides you with the opportunity to become familiar with a particular topic or area of study.
• Check any specific instructions that your lecturer has given you for writing an annotatedbibliography. In some cases you will be given detailed guidelines about what is required.
• Identify journal articles, electronic sources, books or chapters of books that are relevant to your topic. The number of sources you select will depend on the requirements of your assignment. You may be required to select a certain number of sources or write to a certain word limit.
• Skim the sources to gain an overview of the main issues, debates and points of view relating to the topic (For effective reading strategies see the Learning Guide: Getting the...
...How to Prepare an AnnotatedBibliography
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Versión española: Cómo Preparar una Bibliografía Anotada WHAT IS AN ANNOTATEDBIBLIOGRAPHY? ANNOTATIONS VS. ABSTRACTS THE PROCESS CRITICALLY APPRAISING THE BOOK, ARTICLE, OR DOCUMENT CHOOSING THE CORRECT FORMAT FOR THE CITATIONS SAMPLE ANNOTATEDBIBLIOGRAPHY ENTRY FOR A JOURNAL ARTICLE WHAT IS AN ANNOTATEDBIBLIOGRAPHY? An annotatedbibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. ANNOTATIONS VS. ABSTRACTS Abstracts are the purely descriptive summaries often found at the beginning of scholarly journal articles or in periodical indexes. Annotations are descriptive and critical; they expose the author's point of view, clarity and appropriateness of expression, and authority. Return to the top THE PROCESS Creating an...
Some of your courses at Ashford University will require you to write an annotatedbibliography.
An annotatedbibliography is a working list of references—books, journal articles, online
documents, etc.—that you will use for an essay, research paper, or project.
Although there are no strict formatting guidelines for the annotatedbibliography itself, each
reference should be cited in APA format. After each citation, provide a summary of the source,
indicating how it will inform your essay, research paper, or project. Many pertinent ideas and
supporting details come from analyzing and summarizing your sources.
An annotatedbibliography helps you get a head start on your assignment, and it encourages you
to focus your topic as you assess each source, choosing the key ideas and sources that are most
valuable for your assignment. Also, you can keep track of your sources as well as the correct
formatting for each reference.
Provided below is a sample annotatedbibliography.
Aslanian, C.B. (2001). Adult students today. New York: The College Board.
Exceptional resource for statistics on adult learners and their motivation for returning to school.
The author presents a study spanning 20 years that illustrates extensive demographics...
...AnnotatedBibliography & Purpose
Models of Effective Helping
Professor Jamie Larson
December 23rd, 2012
In college, any paper that is written is required to provide reference, work cited, and
bibliography pages. Some teachers require an annotatedbibliography when conducting a
research paper. Annotatedbibliographies are descriptions of the sources that are used for
citations. The main purpose of this bibliography is to help the readers evaluate whether the work
cited is relevant to a specific research topic or line of inquiry (California Polytechnic University,
2010). A proper annotatedbibliography will help the author writing think about the work using
and how it relates to your own research (California Polytechnic University, 2010).
Concerning the research aspect of conducting a paper the annotatedbibliography can be
useful and helpful. An annotatedbibliography can help show the author which research was
conducted under which parts of the topic they are writing about. If the author sees that there is a
lot of research it can help break the research down letting the author choose which he or she feels
is most important to use. It can also help point out where there needs to be more research if the
author thinks it was not good...
This paperwork contains HCS 465 Week 1 AnnotatedBibliography
Health Care - General Health Care
Resource: Literature Review in Research: An AnnotatedBibliography Grading Criteria
Go to the Center for Writing Excellence.
Click the Tutorials Guides link.
Click the AnnotatedBibliography link the under the Samples heading. You may use this format to create yourannotatedbibliography.
Read: the AnnotatedBibliography samples provided.
Go to any of the three main databases of the University of Phoenix Library:
Search for a health care topic to use as the basis of all individual assignments in this course. The topic must require the application of the research process described in Ch. 1 of Understanding Research. The following are examples of appropriate topics:
Using technology and protecting patient confidentiality and privacy
Managing the health care needs of an aging population
Prepare an annotatedbibliography consisting of two to three references from the University of Phoenix library to support the research on your chosen topic.
Prepare a brief summary, stating whether each reference is peer reviewed. Explain how you determined...