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Formatting Instructions: The literature review should be 9-10 pages, not including
references, tables, or figures. Any text exceeding the 10-page limit will not be read or graded.
Please use Times New Roman 12-point font with 1 inch margins, and use Microsoft Word. Not
all reports will have tables or figures. The literature review must include at least 10 peerreviewed primary sources, and should be written in APA format. The literature review should
be written in APA style (7th edition) for an intended audience of graduate students and
professionals in psychology. Therefore, the report is to be written using an academic tone and
the level of analysis should be reflective of graduate-level work. MFT students are encouraged
to select a topic that is related to their clinical practice interests. The Literature Review rubric
at the end of this syllabus provides details on the operationalization of “graduate-level work.”
Literature Review: The purpose of a literature review is to inform the reader about what the
current literature says about a particular topic and to point out limitations, shortcomings, and
gaps in our knowledge. In other words, you want to give the big picture, and also point out
blank spaces on the canvas, where the color isn’t quite right, or where there are distortions.
This is not easy to do because most research is chaotic; you have to put some order to it! It is
important to have an organized and coherent approach to writing the literature review. You
can classify studies into meaningful groups, such as type of DV, IV, subject population, etc.
When you describe previous research, do not go into excessive details on particular
experiments; give just enough information so that the reader can make sense of the
description. Remember, the reader has not read the study. When you summarize a study,
make sure that you represent the results correctly. A common mistake made in writing
literature reviews is to simply present a list of summaries of studies (similar to the annotated
bibliography you prepared), like a laundry list or book report. This approach fails to
demonstrate critical analysis skills, fails to synthesize information, and is not acceptable for this
assignment. Instead, in the literature review, you should synthesize the content from your
sources and integrate the findings in a coherent and organized manner. You should articulate
your voice by interpreting the results of studies, comparing and contrasting them, and
developing an argument or thesis. Please consult with your instructor if you have additional