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This week, you are required to submit a 1-3 page analysis of two different but related peer-reviewed articles.

This is your opportunity to practice summarizing research, integrating different research findings, and drawing your own conclusions.

These two articles should be used to write your final literature review paper, but may not have been used in previous assignments (e.g., notecards, summary of 1 article).

For example, you could find an article that supports your thesis and one that refutes it, describe the articles, critique the methodology, and conclude why you think one article is more valid than the other.

This is really an opportunity to practice writing and gain valuable feedback before you submit the final paper.

You do not need to include a title page or abstract, but be sure to include a separate reference page.

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These solutions may offer step-by-step problem-solving explanations or good writing examples that include modern styles of formatting and construction of bibliographies out of text citations and references. Students may use these solutions for personal skill-building and practice. Unethical use is strictly forbidden.

For the purposes of building up on my final paper topic of mental illness, I have decided to use the article titled “Mental Health Problems and Educational Attainment in Adolescence: 9-Year Follow-Up of the TRAILS Study” that was assesses and discusses the relationship between mental health problems and the academic achievement of learners.
-The article’s purpose was to investigate whether the mental problems that children have at the age of eleven which change due to treatment or other interventions at the age of between eleven and 16 can be...

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