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HOW TO GUIDE
Designing Your Title Pages
Purpose of the Title Pages:
ï‚· To identify the abstract and proposal titles.
ï‚· To identify the author.
ï‚· To formally submit each to the academic department.
ï‚· To identify the year of authorship.
Length of the Title Pages:
ï‚· One page for Abstract Title Page.
ï‚· One page for Proposal Title Page.
What to Consider When Writing the Title Pages:
Follow the template.
Example of an Title Pages: (see attached)
Formatting of the Abstract:
The Font:
ï‚· Font must be legible. Select a clear/simple font: Aerial, Calibri, Times New Roman, Tahoma.
ï‚· Font size for text must be 12-point.
ï‚· Bottom line: Once you have selected a font stick with it for the entire document.
The Margins:
ï‚· Portrait orientation with 1 inch margin on all sides. Only page numbers may encroach on bottom
margins.
Justification:
ï‚· Text must be justified against the left margin, and each paragraph should be indented.
Spacing:
ï‚· Double-space all text.
ï‚· The following exceptions are single-spaced:
Block quotations (40 words or more in length).
Pagination:
ï‚· Important Note: The Abstract begins on page 1. The Introduction begins on a separate page 1
because the two form separate document.
ï‚· Page numbers are located at the bottom-center of the pages.
ï‚· A single sequence of consecutive Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.) is required to paginate the text.
ï‚· Lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, etc.) are used to paginate the preliminary pages.
ï‚· Title pages are not counted or numbered.
Color:
ï‚· Text must be in black ink. Black-and-white and color illustrations/figures are acceptable.
Document Submission:
Prepare using MS Word or PDF. Name the document using your last name and submission element;
e.g., Jones-Title Pages. Attach to Canvas assignment page.
NEEDS IN THE EATING DISORDER
RECOVERY PROCESS OF A
PERSON WITH TRAUMA
Susan B. Jones
An Abstract Presented to the Faculty of
Missouri Baptist University in Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Undergraduate Course
PSSC373 Research Methods in the Behavioral & Social Sciences
2020
NEEDS IN THE EATING DISORDER
RECOVERY PROCESS OF A
PERSON WITH TRAUMA
Susan B. Jones
A Research Proposal Presented to the Faculty of
Missouri Baptist University in Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Undergraduate Course
PSSC373 Research Methods in the Behavioral & Social Sciences
2020
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Abstract
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Course
University
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ABSTRACT
The parental environment marked by the parenting style, attitude, socioeconomic circumstances,
and so forth in childhood affects the child’s attainment in adulthood. The study will adopt a
descriptive research proposal which will specifically examine the parental environment of one’s
childhood (ages0-12) and its effects on one’s ecological lifestyle as an adult (ages 19-death)” The
study will seek to shed light on this subject by adopting a primary approach targeting adults aged
above 19 years. These individuals will provide insight into the parenting styles adopted by their
parents and their general parenting environment. They will also share insight on their current
achievement in terms of education, career, social relations, etc. A correlation analysis will show
the relationship between childhood parental environment and adult achievement. It will be
instrumental in showing how the parenting environment created by the parent was instrumental
in influencing the success and attainment of the offspring in adulthood
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“A descriptive research proposal examining the parental environment of one’s childhood (ages012) and its effects on one’s ecological lifestyle as an adult (ages 19-death)”
Name
Course
University
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INTRODUCTION
The parental environments in which an individual is brought up have been established to
alter the offspring’s mean fitness (Chirgwin et al., 2018). Parental issues such as being supportive
or unsupportive, the attachment style, and doing everything for the child influence their
development and impact their adult life. Jia1, Sorgente. and Yu (2022) show that parents are
essential social agents that influence their children’s behaviors, values, and beliefs. While most
people do not remember the first years of their childhood, experiences encountered in childhood
have the potential to stick with them for many years and affect their adulthood (Singh, 2014).
Diverse previous studies have established that those childhood experiences impact the
individual’s health in adulthood. The parental environment, marked by adverse childhood
experiences, puts the child at risk of experiencing anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and
detrimental health as adults. (Daines et al., 2021).
Singh-Manoux et al. (2006) assert that the association between the parental environment
that created childhood circumstances and adult achievement takes a multifaced form influenced
by the parents’ socioeconomic characteristics, such as their education and occupation. Parental
behaviors represent one of the early childhood elements that affect children’s growth. Other
factors that influenced their adulthood include socioeconomic status, and their home
environment (Singh, 2014)
Singh (2014) reports the findings of a study that examined how parents’ behavior in their
first years of childhood influences their offspring in adulthood based on their temperament. The
study established that the emotional support the child received in these first years affects their
social life, education, and romantic lives over 30 years later. The study established that
supporting early childhood environments saw the children acquire higher degrees in adulthood
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and gain satisfaction in their romantic relationships. The achievement of the child in their
adulthood was therefore linked to the parental style and support they were able to obtain within
their parental environment.
Other parental factors also make up the environment that could influence a child’s
upbringing and adult life outcomes. These range from how the child was parented, which
assesses whether the parent was too lenient, too strict, or in between. It also looks at whether the
parents worked, whether the child grew up with one or two parents involved in their life, whether
they had emotionally supportive parents, and so forth. These questions still cause great concern
and need to be answered and shed light on the long-term impact that parental environments in
childhood influence the offspring s an adult. Therefore, this study aims to assess the impact of
the parental environment on one’s childhood (ages 0-12) and its effects on one’s ecological
lifestyle as an adult (ages 19-death). A descriptive study will be adopted to shed light on this
subject and provide more insight.
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References
Chirgwin, E., Marshall, D. J., Sgrò, C. M. and Monro, K. (2018). How does the parental
environment influence the potential for adaptation to global change?
https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2018.1374
Daines, C.L., Hansen, D., Novilla, M.L.B. (2021). Effects of positive and negative childhood
experiences on adult family health. BMC Public Health 21, 651 (2021).
https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-021-10732-w
Jia1, F., Sorgente2, A. and Yu, H. (2022). Parental Participation in the Environment: Scale
Validation Across Parental Role, Income, and Region. Front. Psychol., 04 March 2022
https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.788306. Retrieved from
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.788306/full
Singh, M. (2014). Some Early Childhood Experiences Shape Adult Life, But Which Ones?
Retrieved from https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2014/12/19/371679655/someearly-childhood-experiences-shape-adult-life-but-which
Singh-Manoux, A. Fonagy, P.and Marmot, M. (2006). The relationship between parenting
dimensions and adult achievement: evidence from the Whitehall II Study. Int J Behav
Med. 2006; 13(4): 320–329. doi: 10.1207/s15327558ijbm1304_7. Retrieved from
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4921127/
HOW TO GUIDE
Designing Your Title Pages
Purpose of the Title Pages:
ï‚· To identify the abstract and proposal titles.
ï‚· To identify the author.
ï‚· To formally submit each to the academic department.
ï‚· To identify the year of authorship.
Length of the Title Pages:
ï‚· One page for Abstract Title Page.
ï‚· One page for Proposal Title Page.
What to Consider When Writing the Title Pages:
Follow the template.
Example of an Title Pages: (see attached)
Formatting of the Abstract:
The Font:
ï‚· Font must be legible. Select a clear/simple font: Aerial, Calibri, Times New Roman, Tahoma.
ï‚· Font size for text must be 12-point.
ï‚· Bottom line: Once you have selected a font stick with it for the entire document.
The Margins:
ï‚· Portrait orientation with 1 inch margin on all sides. Only page numbers may encroach on bottom
margins.
Justification:
ï‚· Text must be justified against the left margin, and each paragraph should be indented.
Spacing:
ï‚· Double-space all text.
ï‚· The following exceptions are single-spaced:
Block quotations (40 words or more in length).
Pagination:
ï‚· Important Note: The Abstract begins on page 1. The Introduction begins on a separate page 1
because the two form separate document.
ï‚· Page numbers are located at the bottom-center of the pages.
ï‚· A single sequence of consecutive Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.) is required to paginate the text.
ï‚· Lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, etc.) are used to paginate the preliminary pages.
ï‚· Title pages are not counted or numbered.
Color:
ï‚· Text must be in black ink. Black-and-white and color illustrations/figures are acceptable.
Document Submission:
Prepare using MS Word or PDF. Name the document using your last name and submission element;
e.g., Jones-Title Pages. Attach to Canvas assignment page.
NEEDS IN THE EATING DISORDER
RECOVERY PROCESS OF A
PERSON WITH TRAUMA
Susan B. Jones
An Abstract Presented to the Faculty of
Missouri Baptist University in Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Undergraduate Course
PSSC373 Research Methods in the Behavioral & Social Sciences
2020
NEEDS IN THE EATING DISORDER
RECOVERY PROCESS OF A
PERSON WITH TRAUMA
Susan B. Jones
A Research Proposal Presented to the Faculty of
Missouri Baptist University in Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Undergraduate Course
PSSC373 Research Methods in the Behavioral & Social Sciences
2020

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