Hi! I’m looking for someone to write my research paper for me on stress, and how it affects the body and mind, which generally leads to a decline in health. Also including ways to deal with stress. This paper is due on the 12th of December at 11:59 PM. It doesn’t have to be an A+ paper, just has to be around the B… B+ range. Thank you! Have a great day. Instructions…. Find three (3) peer-reviewed journal articles published within the last ten (10) years (2010 to 2020) covering original scientific research in your area of interest. Original research means the authors conducted the research themselves, recruited a sample (of any size), collected data, and analyzed results. You cannot use a meta-analysis, a systematic review of the literature, a theoretical paper, or a scientific opinion piece; original research only. This research can include experiments, correlational research, observational research, or case studies. Do not use archival or historical research. Introduction This section is where you will define and describe the topic of interest and why it is important. You’ll use research and sources beyond your three original research articles for this section (You may use the textbook for this section as well, but it cannot be your only source). For example, if you wanted to research the efficacy of psychotherapy among patients with schizophrenia, in your introduction you can include information on the prevalence of schizophrenia (percentage of the population with schizophrenia) in the United States or in the world, along with the national or global economic costs of schizophrenia, and the negative health outcomes of people with schizophrenia, and its impact on the mental and physical health or their children or families. Introduce the four original studies you read. Include who conducted the research and where. What was each of their primary research question/focus? What was their population of interest? What was their main hypothesis (what did they expect to find)? Methods Summarize and compare each study’s methods. This includes their recruitment strategies, the size and demographics of their samples/participants, and their research procedures. Early in this section, be sure to state the type of research that was conducted (e.g. experimental, correlational, observational, etc.). Then, based on your textbook readings, evaluate the studies’ recruitment strategies, samples (Did they match the population of interest? Were they diverse?), and their procedures (What limitations, if any, do you notice in their procedures? How valid does the study appear to you? I.e. Based on their procedures, how accurately did the study research what they intended to research?) Results Summarize and compare the major findings from each study. Discussion Summarize and compare the discussion and conclusions drawn from each study based on their respective findings. Based on your evaluation of their methods, do you think their discussion/conclusions were logical or a bit of a stretch? What were the implications of their findings? (e.g. if a study showed TMS to be mostly effective in treating schizophrenia, what would that mean for the psychology field and for the population of people struggling with schizophrenia?). Be sure to also discuss the generalizability of their results based on their sample size and demographics as well as any ethical considerations or limitations you noted. Future Research If you had all of the money and resources in the world, how would you conduct research in this area? Briefly describe your proposed methods including sample recruitment, sample demographics, and procedures (how the research would be conducted). What would you expect to find (what would your hypothesis be)? What would the implications be if your results supported your hypothesis? What would the implications be if the results did not support your hypothesis? Step Three: Meet the Guidelines This paper must be written according to APA style with accurate formatting, headings, in-text citations, and references (among others, they also have guidelines for how pages are numbered and how to write out numbers (five vs. 5) in your writing). Any source not properly cited or left uncited could be considered plagiarism. You will need a title page with a running head (with an original title – do not title your paper Research Paper) and a references page. Page requirement: 4-6 pages of writing NOT including your title page, abstract page, or references. Times New Roman font, size 12, double-spaced. The language used must be academic in nature, free of clichés/idioms, colloquialisms, or slang, and must avoid glaring grammatical, spelling, or syntax errors.