Stradgies for Research Planning

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February 22, 2013

Evaluate three sources for your final project by filling in the information below. Your responses here will provide the information you need to complete the annotated bibliography for your Week Three assignment.

Source 1

Source Information|
Title: Civilian post-traumatic disorder: Clinical syndromes and psychotherapeutic strategies. Author: Miller, LauranceSource: Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, Vol 31(4), Win, 1994. pp. 655-664.Publisher: Us: Division of Psychotherapy (29) American Psychology Association|

Questions to Consider| Answers (one sentence each should suffice)| Is the author affiliated with an organization related to the subject of the article? (Does he or she have an ulterior motive?)| The author is affiliated with the American Psychology Association | What is the author’s experience with the subject, including related academic or professional credentials? (Is he or she qualified to interpret and explain the complexities of the subject?)| Dr. Laurance Miller is a known psychologist whom specializes in psychology, neuropsychology, forensic psychology, police psychology, and business psychology. Dr. Miller has over 200 print and online publications, pertaining to the brain, behavior, health, law, police psychology, criminal justice, stress management, crisis intervention, workplace and school violence, and much more. | Does this article report on information experienced by the author, or is it a summary or retelling of information from other sources? (How close is the author to the actual information?)| The article reads like a brochure at the doctor’s office about the disorder. I’m certain that his articles are all from research and experience in dealing with individuals with the disorder, but Dr. Miller never says I or make his opinion known in the article.| Is the information current? When was the information published or last...
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