Please be sure that you have an introductory paragraph that introduces the topic with your thesis statement. Make sure that your thesis statement stands out in the introduction. It’s the purpose of your paper.
In the body of the paper, use at least 15 peer-reviewed, preferably primary source articles to support your argument. The paper must be at least 10 pages (double-spaced, 12-point font) in length (including the title, abstract and reference pages). There must be at least 15 recent (preferably no more than 10 years old) references from peer-reviewed journals (use only primary sources). The body of the paper should support your thesis statement.
Finally, please include a summary/concluding paragraph(s) that discuss whether you’ve supported your thesis, and briefly why.
You also must not only review the literature; you must focus on a particular perspective in psychology and trace it to its philosophical origins. For example, you could discuss some current research supporting the evolutionary psychological perspective and then trace this perspective back to its philosophical roots.
Use this thesis: (May make some alterations but this thesis was approved)
Although some do not support geriatric mental health care, the integrity and despair stage of their life is difficult because their thinking patterns have changed, many mental illnesses develop, and it is difficult reflecting on their life to determine satisfaction or failure.
Must use these articles plus more:
Bartels, S. J., Coakley, E.
H., Zubritsky, C., Ware, J. H., Miles, K. M., Areán, P. A., … Levkoff, S. E.
(2004). Improving Access to Geriatric Mental Health Services: A Randomized
Trial Comparing Treatment Engagement With Integrated Versus Enhanced Referral
Care for Depression, Anxiety, and At-Risk Alcohol Use. American Journal of
Psychiatry, 161(8), 1455–1462.
Fernandes, L., & Paúl, C. (2017). Editorial: Aging
and Mental Health. Frontiers in aging neuroscience, 9,
Adamek, M. E., & Kaplan, M. S. (2000). Caring for depressed and suicidal older patients: a survey of physicians and nurse practitioners. International journal of psychiatry in medicine, 30(2), 111–125. https://doi.org/10.2190/0X22-57WN-9K3R-KVXM