Submit your annotated bibliography for the final project.
For additional details, please refer to the Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric document and the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric documents.
I’ve also attached my milestone one for you to use as reference.
MY RESEARCH TOPIC: Assessing the relationship between depression and anxiety from the perspective student academic performance
Research Aim: Emotional disturbance is considered to be a psychological element that can lead to the deterioration of the daily activities of students. Since, academic achievements are an integral dimension of students’ lives, depression, anxiety and other forms of emotional disturbance might lead to poor academic performance. Therefore, the purpose of this research is to assess the relationship between depression and anxiety on student academic performance
Prompt: The annotated bibliography should include a listing of at least eight resources that will be used in your case application paper. You should include the APA citation for each resource as well as a brief paragraph stating the conclusion of each resource and addressing how the information in the resource will support your project. The resources should include information about the chosen individual’s disorder/disability as well as information regarding treatment for the disorder/disability.
Guidelines for Submission: The annotated bibliography should follow these formatting guidelines: 2–3 pages, double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins, and citations in APA format. For each reference, the three- to five-sentence annotation should be indented in block format (similar to a direct quotation of greater than 40 words) and directly follow the reference. Students should pay attention to the following points in their annotation: Summarize the central theme and scope of the resource Include a paragraph that covers the following: o Evaluates the authority or background of the author o Comments on the intended audience o Compares or contrasts this work with another you have cited OR explains how this work illuminates your bibliography topic