Rubric for what’s to be included. APA 7th Edition

Created a research question supported by peer-reviewed, empirical studies from the past 5 to 7 years, including how the research will add to the current research of the chosen field.
Identified at least five scholarly, peer reviewed, empirical studies, all from the past 5to 7years.
Articles are in proper APA formatted citations for each article, including the permalink.
Short annotation for each article, stating how the literature supports your need for research.
solid academic writing is expected.
Original work. No Plagiarism

Directions:
Research Question:
What prosocial interventions are most effective to negate micro-aggressive behaviors from law enforcement when interacting with African American Communities.
– Social Psychology
Research Paper Proposals

Throughout the program, you should be thinking of a research topic you would like to explore. In the capstone course (PSY-693), you will create a research proposal. To assist you in the creation of that proposal, you will decide on a research topic and begin collecting empirical studies to support the need for research. Your topic must relate to a basic social psychological principle; however it can fall into one of the applied subfields (forensic psychology, psychology of religion, industrial organization, health psychology, etc.).
For this assignment you will create your research question and at least five scholarly, peer reviewed, empirical studies, all from the past 5 to 7years. Your articles must support the need for your research.
The following information will assist in the formation of your research question and the beginning collection of literature:
1. Use the empirical checklist (located in class resources) to assure your article is an empirical article.
2. Explore the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching (cirt.gcu.edu) for information on research topics and literature reviews. From the main page, under Research Development – click on Research Ready. Each section has several bits of information to help formulate your research. Additionally on the right hand side under Development Resources, explore Research Tutorials. This section will assist you in creating your research questions and further information on literature reviews.
Prepare a document that includes your research question(s), including how your research will add to the current research in your chosen field. Your document will include five scholarly, peer reviewed, empirical studies from the past 5 to 7 years. This section should include APA formatted citations for each article, including permalink; additionally a short annotation for each article stating how the literature shows your research is needed.

Textbook: Branscombe, N, & Baron. R. (2016). Social Psychology. Boston, MA: Pearson Publishing

What to include in the rubric APA 7th

Defined an original research question backed up by peer-reviewed empirical studies during the last 5–7 years.
Recognized at least five recent scientific, peer-reviewed empirical investigations.
Articles are properly cited in APA format, including the permalink.
Annotations for each article supporting your research need.
Academic writing is required.
Originality. No Copying

Directions:
What prosocial measures are most effective in reducing police micro-aggression against African American communities?
– Social Psychology Paper Topics

Throughout the curriculum, you should be considering a research topic. You will write a study proposal in PSY-693. You will select a study topic and begin collecting empirical evidence to justify the necessity for investigation. Your topic must be based on a core social psychological premise, but it can be applied (forensic psychology, psychology of religion, industrial organization, health psychology, etc.).
To complete this project, you will need to find at least five scientific, peer-reviewed empirical papers over the last 5–7 years. Your publications must justify your research.
The following information will help you formulate a research question and start collecting literature:
1. Check your paper for empirical content using the class resources’ empirical checklist.
Look up research topics and literature reviews at the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching (cirt.gcu.edu). Go to the main page and click on Research Ready. Each section provides a few hints to help you plan your study. Explore Research Tutorials under Development Resources on the right. Your research queries will be helped by this section.
Include your research question(s) and how your research will contribute to the current research in your chosen topic. Your document will feature five recent scholarly, peer-reviewed empirical studies. This part should include APA-formatted citations for each publication, as well as a brief annotation explaining why your research is important.

N. Branscombe & R. Baron (2016). Pearson Publishing, Boston, MA.