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using the following outline, make an outline for each of the articles listed below.

I. Introduction

A.Topic and summarize why it is important

B.Summarize articles relevant to the topic you want to research (see the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric for specific details).


1.State your hypothesis. The hypothesis should be logical and appropriate to the topic you want to research.

2.Explain where your hypothesis fits in the context of the literature reviewed.

3.Discuss specific examples from relevant literature that support your hypothesis



1.Explain the research design and method you selected, and justify why they are appropriate for your research.

2.Discuss the research participants who will be involved in your study, including how they will be selected and how many will be used.

B.Data Collection

1.Describe your sampling frame.

2.Discuss the data collection instrument you will use and how the data collected will address your hypothesis.

3.Explain how you will ensure the protection of participants in your study and adherence to the APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists


A.Using the articles you previously evaluated, explain how the evidence presented by the authors of the articles supports your research proposal.

B.Explain how you would appropriately convey your research findings to your audience. How would this be written? What aspects of the research would be referenced?

C.Explain what further research could be conducted that goes beyond or in a different direction than your research proposal


  1. Fox,
    B. H., & Farrington, D. P. (2015). An experimental evaluation on
    the utility of burglary profiles applied in active police
    investigations. Criminal justice and behavior, 42(2), 156-175.
  2. Pinizzotto, A. J., & Finkel, N. J. (1990). Criminal personality profiling. Law and Human Behavior, 14(3), 215-233.
  3. Canter,
    D. (2000). Offender profiling and criminal differentiation. Legal &
    Criminological Psychology, 5(1), 23-46.…
  4. Palermo,
    G. B., & Kocsis, R. N. (2005). Offender Profiling : An Introduction
    to the Sociopsychological Analysis of Violent Crime. Charles C Thomas.
  5. Goodwill, A. M., Lehmann, R. J. B., Beauregard, E., & Andrei, A. (2016). An action phase approach to offender profiling. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 21(2), 229-250.
  6. Devery, C. (2010). Criminal Profiling and Criminal Investigation. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 26(4), 393-409.

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