Your literature review will represent a curated selection of at least eight of the articles identified in the annotated bibliography that directly address the hypothesis of interest. The organization of your literature review should follow a standard essay format (introduction, hypothesis, main points addressed in fully developed sections, and a conclusion that summarizes your main points against your hypothesis). The elements below do not need to be addressed in sequential order. Specifically, your literature review must address the following critical elements: I. Hypothesis and overview of research [PSY.510.03] a. What is your topic of interest? How does your hypothesis relate to your topic? b. Based on the eight articles, what is known for certain about the topic? c. Based on the eight articles, what remains unknown or uncertain about the topic? d. How does the research in your review address real-world problems? Is the research applicable to larger audiences? What lessons can be learned for non-academic audiences? II. Research designs [PSY.510.02] a. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the research designs of the selected research in your topic? i. What are the research questions they are attempting to address? ii. Are they successful or unsuccessful in addressing the stated research questions? In what ways? b. Identify any erroneous conclusions that were drawn in the research. c. What are the lessons learned regarding research design for future studies? III. Research methods [PSY.510.01] a. What are the chosen research methods (qualitative, quantitative) used in the eight articles? b. What are the major advantages and disadvantages of using the identified methods for the research topic? IV. Ethical considerations [PSY.510.05] a. What are the major ethical implications of applying the research to real-world problems? b. What are the ethical lessons learned for researchers who wish to make their research relevant and applicable to wider audiences? V. Future areas of research [PSY.510.04] a. What are some future opportunities for research? b. How might future research address real-world problems related to your topic? Attached is an annotated bibliography; at least 8 of these sources must be used in the research paper.