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Prior to writing your course paper in paragraph form, you will create an outline for your paper.
The outline should be organized similarly to the sample outline provided in the attached document.
Your outline should have an Introduction section, Body section, and Conclusion section. The Body section should be organized according to themes you will discuss in your paper.
The scholarly sources you are using must be included in the sections in which you plan to discuss their content.
Please note that the sample is only a guide and does not go into much detail about certain things. Your outline should be as detailed as possible.
For example, the outline says:
Further introduction of your topic
Define (Symptoms of Emotional Intelligence)
Relevance (Broader Implications; Mental Health crisis)
If you are defining terms in your paper, in your outline, do not simply state Define X, Y, and Z in a bullet point in your outline.
Instead, include definitions for those terms in your outline. The same is true for
Numbers/Demographics. If you state that you will discuss statistics in your paper, your outline must include statistics and specific demographic information.
Your instructor will want to know what information, specifically, you will include in your papers, and this is important for the following reasons:
Here is an example of what the paper should look like.
PSY 101 Sample Outline for Course paper:
Note: The outline is organized by Topic, Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. Within the Body, the content is organized by themes (sub-topics).
TOPIC Is Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) an Effective Treatment for Depression?
A. Topic Sentence
B. Further introduction of your topic
a. Define (Symptoms of Depression)
b. Incidence (Numbers/Demographics)
c. Relevance (Broader Implications; Mental Health crisis)
A. Theme 1: CBT is Effective for those with Mild Depression
a. Topic Sentence: Numerous studies have shown CBT to be an effective treatment for mild Depression (citation).
b. Evidence from articles
c. Specifically, individuals with mild Depression significantly benefit from CBT (citation). Kline (year) showed that
B. Next Paragraph: Theme 1 continued (Additional Evidence that CBT is effective for those with mild Depression).
a. Topic Sentence
C. Next Paragraph: Theme 2: CBT and Major (severe) Depression
a. Topic Sentence: Although CBT is effective for those with mild depression, those with more severe Depression may require both medication and CBT (citation).
D. Next Paragraph: Theme 3: Conflicting Evidence*
a. Topic Sentence: In contrast, other studies have failed to support the idea that CBT is an effective treatment for Depression (citation).
*You may or may not find conflicting evidence related to your topic. If conflicting evidence is not relevant to your paper, then Theme 3 might be another sub-topic such as the effectiveness of CBT versus meditation.
\\III. Next Paragraph: Theme 4: CBT and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
A. Topic Sentence:
a. Topic sentence
b. Summary of main conclusions from paper
c. Importance/Implications for human health/psychology
d. Directions for future research