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Psychology - Sensation and Perception; How drugs Produce hallucinations

You will complete an original theoretical paper addressing one area of sensation and perception. For example, you might want to examine how effective cochlear implants can be, or how synesthesia works, or how drugs can produce hallucinations or what is the latest research on how to serve wine to give it the best taste. Try to pick a topic of personal interest to you. You are required to e-mail your instructor with your chosen topic of Module 2.

**I WILL NEED TO KNOW THE TOPIC BY 10/22 AND HAVE IT APPROVED BY MY PROFESSOR BEFORE THE PAPER IS STARTED**

The term paper is to be a minimum of 6 FULL pages in length (NOT including the title page, abstract, or references) with all text double-spaced and in 12-point Times New Roman font, maximum with 1" margins. You must have a minimum of 5 references for this paper and references must be scholarly references. Use the library website to find these articles and be sure to select only peer- reviewed articles from reputable psychology/biology/medical journals.


This paper is to be written in American Psychological Association (6th edition) format, and is to include:
A title page with title, name, affiliation, and running head.
An abstract in which you summarize the entire paper in one to two paragraphs.


An introductory paragraph in which you will introduce the topic of interest at the macro
level.


Seven to ten well-developed paragraphs in which you present the body of your paper.
One to three summary paragraphs where you summarize the findings of your paper.


One to three practical implications paragraphs in which you describe the importance of
this research for the field of psychology, as well as for the improvement of humans in
general.


One or more directions for future research paragraphs.
A reference page in APA format in which you include ALL of the articles/research that you
have used in your paper.

Be sure to use APA style citations whenever you are referring to an idea that came from a source other than your own creativity!

Psychology - Sensation and Perception; How drugs Produce hallucinations

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