Psyc 631

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· Before completing your 
Communication Project: Topic and References Assignment, be sure to also read the 
Communication Project: Final Assignment Instructions from Module 6 so you have a full understanding of the final project requirements. This week you will submit your choice of topic, layperson audience, project format, references, and research points. Note that:

· Two references are required: a course reading and an outside academic source published within the last 7 years

· Each reference must be accompanied by at least one relevant research point that is 

paraphrased
 from your source (direct quotes are not permitted).

· References must be in APA style

· A template document is provided for you to use for submission if desired.

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