Hypothyroidism and how it correlates with women who have depression

Use the template provided to develop an annotated bibliography of at least 5 scholarly sources published since
2015 that are relevant to your chosen topic (presenting issue and/or population). Each annotated should be
150-200 words in length. You can do either an informative or evaluative approach to your annotations. Be sure
to complete a solid summary – no quotes, no plagiarism (including synonym switcheroo).
Annotations are summaries of articles. An informative annotation just reports the key elements and findings
while an evaluative annotation includes a critical analysis of the study being reported (see posted examples). It
should be clear in the first two sentences what type of article is being summarized (e.g., literature review,
historical overview, meta-analysis, qualitative case study, quantitative correlational, quantitative experimental or
quasi-experimental or longitudinal). If the article is reporting on a study that was conducted, the first two
sentences should also identify the variables (if there are a lot of variables, then list the ones that relate to your
topic and mention how many others were also included – Smith (2020) collected data on academic self-efficacy
and six other variables related to self-regulated learning behaviors). The rest of the annotation should describe
the sample (how many and relevant identifying information – 89 undergraduate psychology majors) and data
collection method (surveys, observation, interviews) and then report the key findings (which could be finding
nothing when they hypothesized finding something) and any significant limitations.
Use a narrative citation in the first two sentences to identify the article being summarized. Avoid making
references like “the authors,” “the researchers,” “the article,” or any vague pronouns like “he,” “she,” or “they”
because you will be using these to develop a literature review that will be referencing many sources and it can
become too confusing to keep track of which specific source you mean when you use those vague terms.
Include either a narrative citation or a parenthetical citation on the sentences that report findings because those
represent claims being made. You do not necessarily need citations on sentences that just report sample size
or instruments used.

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