[login to view URL] the topic explicitly in Introduction.
2. Do not simply summarize papers. Write about a topic, and use papers to illustrate or prove points that you would make anyway. You may describe several studies that attack a problem in different ways, or compare studies that come to different conclusions about something, or choose a handful of really interesting studies that reveal something interesting about a phenomenon that interests you.
3. Never write about things you don't understand. Don't use words you don't understand. Don't tell me about techniques you don't understand.
4. Don't give details about experiments unless you have a reason for giving them. The author might need to tell the readers that the experiment was carried out at 25 degrees, but you don't need to tell me that (unless it is an experiment about temperature). Imagine someone asking you, "Why did you tell me that?"
Give enough detail so the reader knows what the experiment was: what was done, what was measured, what the results were, what the results mean.
5. The style of the language should be as if you were describing a topic you knew about to a friend or classmate, not a stiff style meant to impress someone.
6. The form of the paper should be like a short review article in Trends in Neuroscience, or Scientific American or American Scientist.
7. Explicitly quoting a sentence or more without quotations is plagiarism. Paraphrasing a paragraph without a reference is plagiarism. It means an F. No appeal.
8. I suggest you search for articles on [login to view URL]
I dont need the entire paper, i need only the discussion part (3-4) pages
27 фрилансеров(-а) в среднем готовы выполнить эту работу за $106
Hello Sir, I can complete this discussion part as required by you. I am having great working experience in this field. I would really appreciate you , If you will consider me for this project. Thanks