An annotated bibliography is a list of sources

Read the article titled "ADHD Diagnosis" to get you started. This will serve as your first source forthe project.Locate 5 more sources (for a total of 6) for the project using the online library databases, such asCQ Researcher, Opposing Viewpoints, Academic Search Complete, PsycARTICLES, or Psychologyand Behavioral Sciences Collection. Do not use sources other than those in the LPC library onlinedatabses (i.e. no Google searches).The 5 additional sources do not have to focus on any specific disorder. Your focus should be onthe more general idea that we might be diagnosing people with mental illnesses when they donot have a mental illness.For each source, create an reference in APA (not MLA) style and annotation using theinstructions provided. I have provided an example of an Annotated Bibliography on a similarresearch topic to help you.List your 5 references and annotations in a single document in alphabetical order according tothe last name of the author (or the title of the organization).How to Prepare an Annotated BibliographyAn annotated bibliography is a list of sources such as books, articles, and web sites used forresearching a topic. Each citation is followed by an annotation. The purpose of the annotation isto inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. A bibliographyis also known by other terms such as References or Works Cited. Begin with the citation (usingAPA style for this course). Each annotation should be 200-300 words in length. That means thatyour bibliography with 6 sources should be a total of 1200-1800 words. Your annotation shouldanswer the following questions in your own words:Who wrote the article? Search for them using “Google.” Where are they? What do they do?What is their job title? What else can you say about them? (1-2 sentences)What are the main arguments? What is the evidence the author(s) provided? What is the pointof this article? If someone asked what this article is about, what would you say? (2-5 sentences)Is this source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source? (1-2 sentences)Is it a useful source? How does it compare with other sources you’ve read or heard about in thenews? Is the information reliable? (1-2 sentences)



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