Write a review paper on a selected topic that is relevant to stress (e.g. The association between stress and depression; stress and HIV; stress and pain, etc).

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Final Assignment
INSTRUCTIONS
 
10-page Review Paper
 
Final Deadline: April 2nd, 2018 @ 5pm
Submit to Turnitin ONLY
 
Write a review paper on a selected topic that is relevant to stress (e.g. The association between stress and depression; stress and HIV; stress and pain, etc).
 
A review paper entails the synthesis of existing literature on a topic of interest. This means that you must do a thorough literature review on you topic, using search engines including PubMED, Google Scholar, and SCOPUS. If you do not know what a review paper is, please use your resources at the library.
 
The number of articles you site will depend on how much literature exists on your topic. Therefore there is no limit to the number of scholarly references you choose to site.
 
You may site articles that are relatively old (e.g. 1990s), if it is pertinent to your topic (e.g. discussing the first study to publish on your topic; a ground breaking study on your topic; discussing the stress response system as published by Sapolsky et al., 1996). However, you will generally want to focus on more recent publications (e.g., last 10 years).
 
Instructions and guidelines:

  1. Use APA formatting – you can find the manual for APA (6th edition) writing in the library. However, in-text citations may be numerical to save space (i.e., within your text, use a superscript number and then include APA referencing style in the reference section). This is very important for the structure of your document. You will lose marks by not following APA formatting (up to 3 marks on a total of 20).

 

  1. Your document must be approximately 10 pages, double-spaced. This does not include the cover page or references. Do not exceed 10 pages of text – the reader will stop reading after 10 pages.

 

  1. Make sure to take the time to do a literature search on your topic. You are required to research empirical reports that pertain to your topic. Do not site review articles as this will possibly lead to conceptual plagiarism. In order to write a proper review paper, your references must be based on empirical reports (i.e. articles that report data from a research study). Do not use your textbook as a reference. Do not use popular websites (other than Stats Canada) as a reference.

 

  1. When introducing your topic, let the reader know WHY it is an important topic (e.g. how many people suffer? What are the costs to society?).

 

  1. Transition from one paragraph to the next as smoothly as possible. (e.g. end a paragraph by introducing a new concept and then begin the next paragraph by discussing that new concept).

 

  1. Make sure to include the following: discussion on/description of the behavior/health outcome/ailment of interest (e.g. depression); discussion of stress physiology; linking stress and the health outcome of interest; presenting scientific evidence to support this relationship; future directions that research may want to take or implications. You will lose marks if you do not discuss stress physiology as the underlying mechanism relating stress to your outcome of interest.

 

  1. Do not use quotations. Paraphrase.

 

  1. Get help to proof-read your document!! Clarity of written work will be evaluated.

 
 
 
THIS ASSIGNMENT IS WORTH 30% OF YOUR MARK. ENSURE THAT YOU FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE.
 
A RUBERIC AND TEMPLATE ARE ALSO OFFERED FOR YOU TO REVIEW WHILE PREPARING YOUR DOCUMENT.
Paper Outline
CPSY 707
Monday March 12th
Monday nights
Dr.Katlyn Peck
Ava Hanieh Sadat Sharify
500705654
 
Introduction
The instruction will start by explaining what is sleep, what is stress, what is insomnia which will transition to how does stress cause or effect both the quantity and the quality of sleep and insomnia.
 
Ref1 Sleep by
This paper main focus are going to be:

  • Introducing “sleep”
  • Talks about how the brain is involved in the sleep process and how it could be effected both negatively and positively
  • The paper also will explain why sleep is important and what is the reasoning behind it
  • “Cellular restoration–sleep is a process that allows the repair of key cellular components”
  • Energy conservation–sleep has evolved to reduce energy demands-
  • Brain efficiency–sleep has evolved for the consolidation of learning and memory

 
Ref2 What is sleep

  • Explains sleep in simple language
  • How is sleep organized into stages
  • How much sleep do we need and how much we get
  • What are the changes that occur when we sleep

 
Ref3 What is stress (was not able to find any reliable sources yet)

  • The science of stress will be explained in simple words

 
 
Ref 4 What is insomnia

Transitional Paragraph

The transitional paragraph will introduce he next articles and how the topic of how “stress effects sleep” will be discussed using peer-reviewed sources

Ref 1 Association between work role stressors and sleep quality.

–         The article focuses on the relation between workplace and work role’s effect on the quality of sleep.

  • Department of Neuropsychiatry, Osaka City University Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka City, Osaka, Japan.
  • Survey type study
  • A total of 243 participants completed questionnaires were received
  • results suggest that high role stressis associated with low sleep quality,

Ref 2 Does stress influence sleep patterns, food intake, weight gain, abdominal obesity and weight loss interventions and vice versa?

  • Focuses on how stress effect sleep and sleep effects food intake
  • Discusses how stress effect sleep and sleep affects metabolic health
  • Even more interesting, evidence for a simultaneous re- verse causality is emerging in support of the notion that bad sleep could be seen as a stressor itself”
  • The study continues to compare how the level of stress has increased over the years and how it has changed and has effected the mental health of many over the years. The study goes to show the relation between stress, sleep, obesity and weight loss.

Ref 3 Social Stressors at Work, Sleep Quality and Psychosomatic Health Complaints—A Longitudinal Ambulatory Field Study

  • this article also focusses on work environment’s stress and its effect on the quality of sleep
  • the study was done using the self report method and longitudinal design, combining data from different sources.

 
 
Transitional Paragraph
This will be a short paragraph introducing the transition of the paper to focus on a more specific matter which will be on “ How stress affects or causes insomnia”

Ref 1 Early-life origin of adult insomnia: does prenatal–early-life stress play a role?

  • Prenatal–early-life stress may result in an activation of the stress system in the newborn.
  • It may encompass long-lasting modifications in stress reactivity, which may persist into adulthood.
  • This research paper mainly focuses on early days of an individual and how the parental stress could effect their development.
  • The study was done using the inclusion and exclusion method.
  • “Epigenetic modification of gene function may be one mechanism by which prenatal stress may affect the development of the brain and may account for the long-lasting effect into adulthood contributing to persisting changes in stress reactivity”

 

Ref 2 Moderators and Mediators of the Relationship Between Stress and Insomnia: Stressor Chronicity, Cognitive Intrusion, and Coping

  • focuses on the association between naturalistic stress and incident insomnia.
  • A community-based sample of good sleepers (n = 2,892) with no lifetime history of insomnia.
  • A number of early studies suggest that individuals with insomnia endorse a significantly higher number of stressors than do healthy controls
  • Analyses of follow-up data revealed 262 new cases of insomnia disorder, resulting in a 1-y incidence rate of approximately 9.1%.
  • Given that age and sex were significantly associated with insomnia, all further analyses controlled for these two demographic variables
  • Participants with higher levels of stress exposure at baseline were more likely to develop insomnia.

Ref 3 Family Life Stress and Insomnia Symptoms in a Prospective Evaluation of Young Adults

  • The purpose of the present study was to prospectively examine the relationship between family-related stress and insomnia among college student
  • The relationship between stress and insomnia was largely explained by the appraisal of stress and perceived uncontrollability of life events
  • Evidence suggests that insomniacs, compared with good sleepers, are more likely to focus on worries or problems when attempt- ing to fall asleep; during the presleep period, those with insomnia also show a greater tendency to ruminate about events experienced earlier in the day
  • The study indicates that the family context continues to demon- strate a considerable influence on sleep in young adulthood.

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Write a review paper on a selected topic that is relevant to stress (e.g. The association between stress and depression; stress and HIV; stress and pain, etc).

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Final Assignment
INSTRUCTIONS
 
10-page Review Paper
 
Final Deadline: April 2nd, 2018 @ 5pm
Submit to Turnitin ONLY
 
Write a review paper on a selected topic that is relevant to stress (e.g. The association between stress and depression; stress and HIV; stress and pain, etc).
 
A review paper entails the synthesis of existing literature on a topic of interest. This means that you must do a thorough literature review on you topic, using search engines including PubMED, Google Scholar, and SCOPUS. If you do not know what a review paper is, please use your resources at the library.
 
The number of articles you site will depend on how much literature exists on your topic. Therefore there is no limit to the number of scholarly references you choose to site.
 
You may site articles that are relatively old (e.g. 1990s), if it is pertinent to your topic (e.g. discussing the first study to publish on your topic; a ground breaking study on your topic; discussing the stress response system as published by Sapolsky et al., 1996). However, you will generally want to focus on more recent publications (e.g., last 10 years).
 
Instructions and guidelines:

  1. Use APA formatting – you can find the manual for APA (6th edition) writing in the library. However, in-text citations may be numerical to save space (i.e., within your text, use a superscript number and then include APA referencing style in the reference section). This is very important for the structure of your document. You will lose marks by not following APA formatting (up to 3 marks on a total of 20).

 

  1. Your document must be approximately 10 pages, double-spaced. This does not include the cover page or references. Do not exceed 10 pages of text – the reader will stop reading after 10 pages.

 

  1. Make sure to take the time to do a literature search on your topic. You are required to research empirical reports that pertain to your topic. Do not site review articles as this will possibly lead to conceptual plagiarism. In order to write a proper review paper, your references must be based on empirical reports (i.e. articles that report data from a research study). Do not use your textbook as a reference. Do not use popular websites (other than Stats Canada) as a reference.

 

  1. When introducing your topic, let the reader know WHY it is an important topic (e.g. how many people suffer? What are the costs to society?).

 

  1. Transition from one paragraph to the next as smoothly as possible. (e.g. end a paragraph by introducing a new concept and then begin the next paragraph by discussing that new concept).

 

  1. Make sure to include the following: discussion on/description of the behavior/health outcome/ailment of interest (e.g. depression); discussion of stress physiology; linking stress and the health outcome of interest; presenting scientific evidence to support this relationship; future directions that research may want to take or implications. You will lose marks if you do not discuss stress physiology as the underlying mechanism relating stress to your outcome of interest.

 

  1. Do not use quotations. Paraphrase.

 

  1. Get help to proof-read your document!! Clarity of written work will be evaluated.

 
 
 
THIS ASSIGNMENT IS WORTH 30% OF YOUR MARK. ENSURE THAT YOU FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE.
 
A RUBERIC AND TEMPLATE ARE ALSO OFFERED FOR YOU TO REVIEW WHILE PREPARING YOUR DOCUMENT.
Paper Outline
CPSY 707
Monday March 12th
Monday nights
Dr.Katlyn Peck
Ava Hanieh Sadat Sharify
500705654
 
Introduction
The instruction will start by explaining what is sleep, what is stress, what is insomnia which will transition to how does stress cause or effect both the quantity and the quality of sleep and insomnia.
 
Ref1 Sleep by
This paper main focus are going to be:

  • Introducing “sleep”
  • Talks about how the brain is involved in the sleep process and how it could be effected both negatively and positively
  • The paper also will explain why sleep is important and what is the reasoning behind it
  • “Cellular restoration–sleep is a process that allows the repair of key cellular components”
  • Energy conservation–sleep has evolved to reduce energy demands-
  • Brain efficiency–sleep has evolved for the consolidation of learning and memory

 
Ref2 What is sleep

  • Explains sleep in simple language
  • How is sleep organized into stages
  • How much sleep do we need and how much we get
  • What are the changes that occur when we sleep

 
Ref3 What is stress (was not able to find any reliable sources yet)

  • The science of stress will be explained in simple words

 
 
Ref 4 What is insomnia

Transitional Paragraph

The transitional paragraph will introduce he next articles and how the topic of how “stress effects sleep” will be discussed using peer-reviewed sources

Ref 1 Association between work role stressors and sleep quality.

–         The article focuses on the relation between workplace and work role’s effect on the quality of sleep.

  • Department of Neuropsychiatry, Osaka City University Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka City, Osaka, Japan.
  • Survey type study
  • A total of 243 participants completed questionnaires were received
  • results suggest that high role stressis associated with low sleep quality,

Ref 2 Does stress influence sleep patterns, food intake, weight gain, abdominal obesity and weight loss interventions and vice versa?

  • Focuses on how stress effect sleep and sleep effects food intake
  • Discusses how stress effect sleep and sleep affects metabolic health
  • Even more interesting, evidence for a simultaneous re- verse causality is emerging in support of the notion that bad sleep could be seen as a stressor itself”
  • The study continues to compare how the level of stress has increased over the years and how it has changed and has effected the mental health of many over the years. The study goes to show the relation between stress, sleep, obesity and weight loss.

Ref 3 Social Stressors at Work, Sleep Quality and Psychosomatic Health Complaints—A Longitudinal Ambulatory Field Study

  • this article also focusses on work environment’s stress and its effect on the quality of sleep
  • the study was done using the self report method and longitudinal design, combining data from different sources.

 
 
Transitional Paragraph
This will be a short paragraph introducing the transition of the paper to focus on a more specific matter which will be on “ How stress affects or causes insomnia”

Ref 1 Early-life origin of adult insomnia: does prenatal–early-life stress play a role?

  • Prenatal–early-life stress may result in an activation of the stress system in the newborn.
  • It may encompass long-lasting modifications in stress reactivity, which may persist into adulthood.
  • This research paper mainly focuses on early days of an individual and how the parental stress could effect their development.
  • The study was done using the inclusion and exclusion method.
  • “Epigenetic modification of gene function may be one mechanism by which prenatal stress may affect the development of the brain and may account for the long-lasting effect into adulthood contributing to persisting changes in stress reactivity”

 

Ref 2 Moderators and Mediators of the Relationship Between Stress and Insomnia: Stressor Chronicity, Cognitive Intrusion, and Coping

  • focuses on the association between naturalistic stress and incident insomnia.
  • A community-based sample of good sleepers (n = 2,892) with no lifetime history of insomnia.
  • A number of early studies suggest that individuals with insomnia endorse a significantly higher number of stressors than do healthy controls
  • Analyses of follow-up data revealed 262 new cases of insomnia disorder, resulting in a 1-y incidence rate of approximately 9.1%.
  • Given that age and sex were significantly associated with insomnia, all further analyses controlled for these two demographic variables
  • Participants with higher levels of stress exposure at baseline were more likely to develop insomnia.

Ref 3 Family Life Stress and Insomnia Symptoms in a Prospective Evaluation of Young Adults

  • The purpose of the present study was to prospectively examine the relationship between family-related stress and insomnia among college student
  • The relationship between stress and insomnia was largely explained by the appraisal of stress and perceived uncontrollability of life events
  • Evidence suggests that insomniacs, compared with good sleepers, are more likely to focus on worries or problems when attempt- ing to fall asleep; during the presleep period, those with insomnia also show a greater tendency to ruminate about events experienced earlier in the day
  • The study indicates that the family context continues to demon- strate a considerable influence on sleep in young adulthood.

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