For each article, you will prepare a brief typewritten paper summarizing its content. Each should be clearly written, and indicate that you have read, understood, and thought about the contents of the article. The Readings option is graded on a pass/fail basis: in order to meet the RPR, a paper must pass the standards below, or it must be rewritten. Paper Content The first part of a paper should summarize the research in the article and the nature of its findings/conclusions. The second part should be your reaction to the article: your own ideas about the research and its implications. If you omit this second part, your summaries will not pass. Paper Formatting Please read the instructions below carefully. In order for a paper to be graded as pass, it should satisfy all of the following criteria: The body of the paper should be double-spaced, with no larger than 1-inch margins, and written in Times New Roman 12 point font. At the top of each paper, you must include the following heading information. The heading information should be single-spaced. Your first and last name Your PSYC100 instructor’s name Your PSYC100 section number The volume and issue number for the article The title of the article you are summarizing The author of the article. The paper includes a summary of the article with no direct quotations and no plagiarism. The paper must include a personal reaction to the paper/findings at the end. The length of the paper must be more than 1 page and no more than 2 pages (not including titles or heading information).