Organizing Your Social Sciences Research Paper: Background Information

Definition Background information identifies and describes the history and nature of a well-defined research problem with reference to the existing literature. The background information should indicate the root of the problem being studied, suitable context of the problem in relation to theory, research, and/or practice. its scope, and the extent to which previous studies have…

The American Journal of Psychiatry: Quick facts and subordination tips

Aims and Scope  The American Journal of Psychiatry publishes the most latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. It prints original articles that are fresh developments in diagnosis, treatment, neuroscience, and patient populations. Publisher              American Psychiatric Publishing Frequency of Publication  Monthly Editorial Info  Executive Editor: Michael…

When Do I Spell Out Numbers?

Q: Sometimes I see numbers spelled out (nine) and at other times I see them in numeric form (9). Which is correct? When do I spell out numbers and when do I write them out? —Kevin T. A: Most writers—including me—took on this artistic profession for three reasons: We’re creative, we love to read and,…