An annotated bibliography is a list of publications on a topic.
There are 2 parts of each entry:
Cox. E.O. (2007). Strengthening the late-life care process: Effects of two forms of a care-receiver efficacy intervention. The Gerontologist 47(3), 388-397. Retrieved from ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source database.
The author focuses on ways to improve the cognitive ability of seniors so that they can be as independent as possible. Two approaches were tried: one based on individual treatment, and the other on small group treatment. Results indicated that both methods produced significant effects for relationship with caregivers, self-care, loneliness, and quality of life. Effects were strongest with the small-group treatment.
When evaluating research studies, include information about the methods used to collect and analyze the data.
According to the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, qualitative methods yield:
According to the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, quantitative research