As Part A of a dissertation, you will team up with a supervisor at the Thompson Institute to develop and write-up a literature review (narrative, scoping, systematic or meta-analytic) as a prelude to an empirical paper (Part B) on a given topic in mental health and neuroscience. The review should provide a theoretical framework for Part B. In this course, you will develop the skills required to write a literature review that provides an argument for, and the interpretation of, a chosen topic, represents an original contribution to the literature and demonstrates strong knowledge of this topic.
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- 2.2A: Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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