This is a research literature paper on Risk Factors for PTSD. Brief literature review 10-pages with APA Style, typed, double-spaced with cover page and references including in-text source citations for undergraduates. You will need to find and summarize each study’s methods, and critique the strengths and weaknesses of at least 8 to 10 peer-reviewed, primary source journal empirical (experimental) research articles; Consider adequacy of sample size, sample selection, randomization, sample representativeness, presence or absence of control groups, and generalizability of findings. Individual literature review on your topic (subtopic from your team presentation) that you selected in Module 1 topic selection discussion – Some rubrics for the literature review: 1. Students can identify, analyze, and evaluate arguments as they occur in their own and others’ work. a. Identifies the target argument(s) thesis statement and clearly distinguishes it from any extraneous elements such as expressions of opinion and descriptions of events. b. Carefully articulates the argument’s conclusion, clearly distinguishes it from its premises and identifies the most relevant definitions and/or hidden assumptions. c. Clearly and correctly assesses whether the argument’s premises provide sufficient logical support for the conclusion, independently of whether the premises are true. d. Clearly and correctly assesses the reasonableness of the premises, including the credibility of their sources (e.g., observation, testimony, measurement, experiment, etc.), independently of whether the premises support the conclusion. 2. Students will develop well-reasoned arguments. a. Develops a clearly articulated argument regarding your thesis statement, using evidence and/or systematic logical reasoning in support of a conclusion or point of view. b. Identifies relevant qualifications or objections or alternative points of view and prioritizes evidence and/or reasons in support of the conclusion. c. Describes the broader relevance, significance or context of the issue and/or applies the reasoning to a novel problem.