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This assignment requires the student to review, analyze, and synthesize information from primary source articles published in scholarly peerreviewed journals with regard to etiology of a specific adult disorder, from the perspective of the diathesis stress model.

o Review recent evidence concerning the diathesis/stress model of etiology in one of the following:

Social anxiety disorder

Once the student has chosen the disorder, the next step is to identify one diathesis that plays an etiological role in the development of the chosen disorder; this will serve as the focus for the Literature Review.

Part 2 - Literature Review: Final Version.

o 90% of the mark for the Literature Review will be based on the final submission.

Instructions

The Literature Review requires that you review the scholarly journal literature published since 2010.

The minimum length from the first word of the Introduction through the final word of the Conclusion is 3000.

Unlike the Proposal, the Final Literature Review requires a minimum of eight primary source articles from peer-reviewed scholarly journals. A maximum of an additional two secondary source articles are permitted. No other sources are permitted as references for the review- the exclusive basis is the scholarly journal literature since 2010.

The sole focus of the review is etiology.

Formatting is APA.

o An Abstract is optional.

The Review will have three sections: Introduction, the body of the paper, and Conclusion

The body of the paper will have proper headings and subheadings to make the paper readable and the organization clear. Failure to use headings and sub-headings will result in the return of the paper to the student for revision with a loss of points for lateness.

Evaluation - Literature Review: Final Version


Rating: Exceptional

80-100%

Rating: Very Good

70-79%

Rating: Minimal

60-69%

Points

Focus

Has a well-crafted, engaging title that is consistent with the problem and thesis statements

Has a specific, appropriate problem statement that accurately defines the scope of the review.

Has an accurate, strong thesis statement based on analysis of the articles.


Some weaknesses in the title, problem statement and/or the thesis statement.

There are serious deficiencies with one or more of the three components.

/10

Analysis

Student analysis of the articles chosen demonstrates excellent depth and scope of understanding

Student analysis of the articles chosen demonstrates good depth and scope of understanding

Student gives weak or little evidence of the capacity to analyze literature from scholarly journals.

/25

Synthesis

Student very effectively integrates the findings as a whole, rather than individually.

Compares and correctly sorts articles into relevant categories.

Draws significant independent conclusions from the articles.

Conclusions are all very well defended with evidence.

Generally the student does a good job comparing and contrasting, but overall is lacking in drawing significant conclusions across the articles.

Student does draw some independent conclusions, but relies frequently on paraphrasing or reporting the conclusions of the authors.

Most conclusions are backed up with evidence.

Little in the way or comparing and contrasting of the studies.

Little evidence of drawing independent conclusion of significance.

Conclusions, if made, are mostly just stated and not backed up with evidence.

Articles are discussed article by article rather than in an integrated manner.

/25

Organization

The organization is very clear and the contents logically organized.

Generally logical, with only occasional lack of clarity.

The organization is often confusing and unclear.

/10

Writing

The writing is very clear, crisp and professional.

The writing includes occasional but appropriate first person narrative.

The writing clearly demonstrates interest and involvement.

The writing is generally clear and professional.

The writing is effective but lacks a personal voice.

The writing generally demonstrates interest and involvement.

The writing is passable, but does not reflect expected graduate level work: often unclear, dry and boring

/10

Quality and quantity of the references

The references exceed all the specific criteria identified.

The articles are all relevant to and consistent with the problem and thesis statement.

10 or more relevant primary source articles.


The references meet the specific criteria, but one is not related to the problem and thesis statements.

8 relevant primary source articles.

Two or more articles do not meet the requirements and/or bear little relevance to the problem and thesis statements.

/10

Basic expectations.

APA is error free - no more than two errors.

Spelling and grammar - no errors.

No proofreading errors.

The length of the review meets or exceeds 3000 words.

APA contains 3-5 errors.

No more than 3 total spelling, grammar or proof reading errors.

The length of the review is at least 2800 words.

6 or more APA errors.

4 or more spelling, grammar and proof reading errors.

The length of the review is less than 2800 words.



 


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