Your paper should meet the following specifications:
Format: You must use APA format for your paper. The paper must include a title page, abstract page, body of paper, a reference page, and an appendix. Note: Resources on APA format are located in the course Content area.
Body: The body of the paper should be a minimum of four pages. This means the total paper, including the title page, abstract, reference page, and appendix, should be a minimum of eight pages. In each section, you must communicate your points and support them with evidence cited from the three peer-reviewed journal articles you already obtained. The body must include an introduction and the following four sections, indicated by Level 1 APA headings:
Description of project: the problem and goal, as well as baseline and intervention data measurement.
Baseline phase: Findings from baseline data measurement. Refer to the chart in the appendix of your paper.
Intervention phase: Findings from intervention data measurement. Refer to the chart in the appendix of your paper. (See Appendix description below.)
Results: Discuss the outcome of the project. If it was successful, what contributed to its success? Do you plan to continue the new behavior now that the project has ended? Why or why not? If the project wasn’t successful, how might the intervention phase be changed? Do you plan to try a different intervention? Why or why not?
Appendix: Place an appendix after the reference page that includes a chart tracking your baseline and intervention data. The chart may be created electronically or by hand, as long as it is neat and legible. Review and apply APA guidelines for appendices. Resources on APA format are available in the Content area.