Step One - Choose a topic from the following pseudoscience topics, falsely controversial topics, or a topic of your own:
Falsely controversial topics:
Step Two - Narrow your topic
This paper is very short so you must narrow your topic from one which is too general. First, identify the most important of the non-scientific claims made about your topic and then find out what the science literature has to say about these claims. Below, I have linked some sample websites with non-scientific claims about a few of your possible topics:
Step Three: Find peer-reviewed journal articles - At least six sources including at least four peer-reviewed journal articles
APA is the official citation style created by the American Psychology Association.
You will use APA when writing papers for psychology, some science classes, social science classes, and education.
APA Elements of Style (video)
If you prefer to have a book to reference when you are writing:
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Office 365 works better with Canvas and other programs than Google Docs,
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