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The impact of positive or negative among studentIdentify and describe the research problem that the authors hope to resolve.Identify the methods used by the authors to investigate the research question.Provide a summary of the findings.Evaluate the work. by addressing the arguments that were made in the research study or discussing the value that the research study findings have for the fieldhow the study advances the knowledge base.Finally, discuss how the study supports your research topic. Identify whether you chose the article for its usefulness in terms of method, content, or both method and content.Theoretical ArticlesFor each theoretical journal article selected, discuss how it relates to your LSQ, as follows:Identify the contentions of the authorsthe research questionif applicable.Identify the problem under discussion and methods used for developing the journal authors’ claims, premises, and suppositions.Explain why this article will help to answer the LSQ.Identify whether you chose the article for its usefulness in terms of theory of method, theory of content, or both method and contentMAKe the research question the positive or negative impact among student in annotated bibliography for those 16 articlesSocial SciencePsychology PSY 5201

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