PLEASE SKIP THE OUTLINE PART
The annotated bibliography (AB, which contains the citations) can be as long as you like, but it should includeat least 15 peer reviewed articles supporting your points in the outline and the paper. The aim of the ABis to help you understand your citations (in APA style). The AB will include the full reference, aim of the study, hypothesis(es), summary of participants (age, gender, status, N), method of data collection (studydesign (X-sect, retro, prospective, or RCT), data reduction, data analyses, results, your conclusions, the authors conclusions, and the studies major strengths and weaknesses. The AB will support your writing.If the outline and AB are done well, then your paper will be simple to write.