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Is the information credible? Is it research-based, endorsed? For some of the information she sites her sources, but for other information she does not. For instance, in an article she attached about Pacifiers and if there is something wrong with them, she references the American Academy of Pediatrics. She does not quote from research or educational articles frequently and much of the information does seem to be personal opinion.
With the first novel in the series flying off the shelves, the authors of the series turned prolific publishing hundreds of novels in the ever more popular series. Even as no actual author is credited with the writing of the series, the novels are believed
PSYC442 Clinical Psychology Take-Home Assignment Question 1 Early years of clinical psychology, it was a part of various areas such as medicine, sociology or education, so clinical psychologists worked together with the other areas which consist of treatment, teaching and relational subjects (Pomerantz, 2014). Recently, clinical psychology is a one of the wide field of the psychology that specifically works with the people who have a psychological difficulties or disorders which covers the feelings, actions or intelligence (American Psychological Association, 2016). In terms of psychiatry, it is a branch of medicine provides health care services and the best suitable treatment option for the patient who have a mental disorders (American Psychiatric
Methodological Characteristics The 10 studies that build this integrative literature review were quantitative research-based studies. one study was case study, , 7 studies were randomized clinical trial studies, one study was descriptive cross-sectional studies, one study was a prospective descriptive cohort study . Although only 10 studies were included in this research review, In the 10 studies a wide variety of designs, tools, and sample size were used. Sample
The emphasis upon infancy and early childhood may align serial killers with the Biological Trait Theories. These theories focus upon biological conditions that may control human behaviors. Neurophysiology is the study of brain function. It has uncovered neurological and physical abnormalities that may begin as early as the prenatal stage in some humans. There have been links between the impairment of executive brain function and aggression through such research (Aynesworth 1999).
It is also worth noting that although some classic old documents can be referenced, more new literatures should be cited. With the rapid development of science, many old views have been no longer applicable. In general, with respect to peer review studies, scholars evaluate quality of article directly on the basis of their professional knowledge. Rather, with regard to citation studies, to determine the impact of a particular article by bibliometric methods (Tony, 2004)
The researchers discuss the value of social media as an outlet for ‘outreach’ and how social media can be used effectively by the scientific community to distribute scientifically accurate information. The researchers analyse the current social media situation in depth and they conclude that the current attitudes and behaviours of scientists on social media is distorted and that some focus should be put on improving this in order for social media to properly facilitate the distribution of information. The research was published recently in the F1000 Research and was carried out by two professional researchers. The data is valid as it was peer reviewed and deemed to be scientifically