2. Select a minimum of four relevant articles from peer reviewed journals, read them carefully, and completely, taking notes along the way. Use the databases in the library’s webpage to search for peer reviewed journal articles. Of course, more than three articles (At least 1 source from Alfred Adler)
3. Begin your paper with an general introduction to the topic.
4. Summarize the purpose of each study, and the methods and results of each article. Compare and contrast, combining them into a cohesive review. Note: some articles may be review articles or theoretical and may not include any data analysis (methods and results). These are still okay, just structure your paper to summarize the major points made in the article or articles.
5. End with a conclusion paragraph about the usefulness of research like this, along with possible applications to the “real world” and recommendations for future research.