Essay On Childhood Trauma

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The web, today, has been inundated with a lot of information from both reliable and unreliable persons; Looking up a topic on google yields millions of results in about a quarter of a second. It is up to scientific researchers to filter the useful and reliable information from the garbage; to do that, they have resorted to mainly finding information from reliable, dependable and authentic research reports. Although scientific research reports are thoroughly peer reviewed before released to the public, not all are dependable and effective; the gatekeepers occasionally miss bias and skewed data. For a research report to be considered rhetorically effective, it should most importantly, be written by credible, reliable primary scholars, issued by a scholarly and reputable publisher and must follow the IMRAD format.…show more content…
The research investigated the “effects of childhood trauma experiences on HPA-axis activity, comparing saliva cortisol awakening response (CAR) in adult patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) or bulimia nervosa (BN) with CAR in adult healthy controls.” Because the IMRAD article, written by primary and credible scholars, was published in a well-recognized and reputable journal, a deduction can be made that is rhetorically
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