An annotated bibliography is a bibliography covering all of the different articles found on a specific topic with a summary of the given research. Locate at least 10 sources related to your research topic and create an annotated bibliography. Each of your sources should be academic (from a scholarly journal) and recent (written within the last 5 years). Important – Include at least 8 empirical articles. Use correct APA format for the citations and for the summaries of the articles. DO NOT use the article’s abstract as your summary; you must read the article and summarize it yourself. Review the Research Paper Instructions attachment in the first item for more information about the requirements for your research paper.AnnotatedBibliography Example EXAMPLE:Rand, D. C. (1997). The spectrum of parental alienation syndrome(part I). American Journal of Forensic Psychology,15 (3), 1-8.Deidre Conway Rand,a forensic psychologist traces the history of what Dr. RichardGardner termed Parental Alienation Syndrome. Rand states in hisarticle that Gardner coined the term Parental Alienation Syndrome(PAS) in the mid-80s after over 10 years of working with children inhigh conflict divorces. Since Gardner’s contribution to civilforensics there has been much debate as to the accuracy of PAS. Randdescribes the pitfalls and the contributions that have followedGardner’s suggestion of PAS. He summarizes by clarifying that PASis a developing concept in forensic psychology and the courts areabusing the terminology. Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and Miscarriage, Stillbirth, Preterm Delivery, and Sudden Infant DeathSyndrome Bailey, Beth A, PhD; Sokol, Robert J, MD .Alcohol Research andHealth34.1 (2011): 86-91.This article reviews research examiningthe role of prenatal alcohol exposure in spontaneous abortion,stillbirth, preterm delivery, and sudden infant death syndrome(SIDS). It provides a broad survey of the relevant literature andpresents the most reliable information regarding adverse outcomesassociated with prenatal alcohol exposure. According to the authorprenatal alcohol exposure is a risk factor for many adverse physicaland behavioral outcomes. Growth retardation, including intrauterinegrowth restriction, facial dysmorphology, and neuro-developmentalproblems, are hallmarks of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) and also areseen throughout the continuum of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders(FASD). In addition to these well studied effects, other pregnancyand birth outcomes have been linked to prenatal alcohol exposure.Although not typically regarded as definitive indicators of eitherFAS or FASD, these complications nonetheless have been shown in bothanimal and human studies to be associated with prenatal alcoholexposure. Booze bad for baby Pregnancy studyshows alcohol effects on unborn Townsville Bulletin[Townsville, Qld] 16 Jan 2010: 69. Women’s knowledge and attitudesregarding alcohol consumption in pregnancy: a national survey Peadon,Elizabeth; Payne, Jan; Henley, Nadine; D’Antoine, Heather; Bartu,Anne; et al.BMC Public Health10 (2010): 510. Threat to unborn babies; Binge drinkinga risk, says Taranaki doctor TAUNTON, Esther.Taranaki DailyNews [New Plymouth, New Zealand] 10 Sep 2009: 5. Gallicano, G Ian.Pediatric Health4.5(Oct 2010): 459-462. Alcohol and its effect on fetal development:what do we know? Increased mortality among women whodrank alcohol during pregnancy Berg, John Peder; Lynch, Mary Ellen;Coles, Claire D .Alcohol42.7 (2008): 603-10. Importance of complete abstinence fromalcohol during pregnancy: enough evidence for justification?Hicks,Matthew; Tough, Suzanne.Expert Review of Obstetrics &Gynecology4.4 (Jul 2009): 401-414. Stricter Thinking on Alcohol andPregnancy Beck, Melinda.Wall Street Journal, Europe[Brussels] 25 Jan 2012: 33. JUST SAY NO ; Pregnant women shouldavoid alcohol for baby’s sake: [Central Edition] Jackson,Harry.Buffalo News [Buffalo, N.Y] 03 Apr 2007: C5. No alcohol OK for baby Thomas,Stacy.The Wainwright Edge [Wainwright, Alta] 30 Aug2013: 10. Alcohol and pregnancy issue raisedChapman, Andy.Belfast Telegraph [Belfast] 06 Aug2008: 18.
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