Cite the author in parentheses every time you write a paragraph about an article. It will always be interesting if you put two topics together.
If you don't find anything, try a Google search.
These are to completely different concepts, but I bet you can find interesting articles about each of them and a for a way they go together.
You are getting a degree in psychology, so you write a capstone project about Albert Ellis's "Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy" and best practices in capstonw counseling. It's just as easy to write about addiction and best practices in relationship counseling, or about relationships and best practices in addiction counseling, or Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy and addiction.
Rules For Writing a Great Capstone Project. Read some recent, professional journal articles about a topic that interests you. You don't have to read the whole article. Just read the introduction to get a sense of what they are saying. If there is a literature review, read it to find out all about the other research findings associated.– Bruce, Anaheim, CA
Abstract. It goes after the title page and provides an overview of the capstone project. Basically, it's a summary of the main sections. Here you can state your reasoning for choosing your research problem. Table of Contents. This will also be your outline. Include all major headings and subheadings. 4. Introduction. Here you.– Kimberly, Corpus Christi, TX
Abstract. It goes after the title page and provides an overview of the capstone project. Basically, it's a summary of the main sections. Here you can state your reasoning for choosing your research problem. Table of Contents. This will also be your outline. Include all major headings and subheadings. 4. Introduction. Here you.– Sandra, Lexington, KY
Remember that the data are the data: nothing more, nothing less. One of the most common mistakes that you can make when discussing the results of your study is to present a superficial interpretation of the findings that more or less re-states the results section of your introruction.
Obviously, you must refer to your results when discussing them, but focus on introdutcion interpretation of those results and their significance in relation to the research problem, not the data itself.
Interpret the outcomes qualitatively, explaining any major limitations in generalizing to real populations. The summary must consist of less than 300 words.Read more
If I have the time, and I usually do, I will be glad to read early drafts and outlines, just ask me ahead of time.Read more