Choose a recent news article that discusses or mentions a scientific article or study related to child/adolescent psychopathology or prevention/treatment. Read the news article. Then, carefully read the original scientific article. The mainstream media article must be approved before you write the paper (you can email me your choice). Selections are due Week 7. The New York Times Health section or Times Magazine may be helpful resource for the news article. You can also find something online, though it needs to be more than a brief blurb. The empirical papers can be accessed through the University library electronic system or interlibrary loan (ILL). Write a 2-5 page reflection paper comparing the 2 articles. The reflection should briefly summarize the main points from the news article and from the scientific article; discuss whether you think the news article accurately captures the original scientific article or not (support your opinion); and reflect on what you read. APA format required, including use of in text citations and a reference(s). Be creative!
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