Integrative Literature Review

The primary goal of this literature review is to integrate concepts  from four different content domains within the larger field of  psychology. The four content domains should be chosen from previous  coursework in this program. In this paper, students will review the  findings in the individual empirical articles, organize the research in a  meaningful way, evaluate the reliability, validity, and  generalizability of the research findings, and present an integrated  synthesis of the research that sheds new light on the topics within and  across the four domains.

The result of a successful integrative literature review may be a  significant contribution to a particular body of knowledge and,  consequently, to research and practice. Therefore, before writing this  literature review, substantive new research must be conducted via the  Internet and within the Ashford University Library for each of the four  chosen domains. A minimum of six sources must be included for each of  the four domains. Although content from literature reviews completed in  prior courses within this program may be included, it may not constitute  the total research for the individual domains addressed within this  assignment. No more than four sources from previous literature reviews  completed in this program may be utilized for this integrative review.

The headings listed below must be used within the paper to delineate  the sections of content. These sections include the following: a clear  introduction that provides a general review and organizes the research  in a meaningful way; a discussion in which the evidence is presented  through analysis, critique, and synthesis; and a conclusion in which the  discussion is drawn together in a meaningful way, the claims of the  introduction are brought to a logical closure, and new research is  proposed.

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