The main body includes all sections analyzing and critiquing the article. The general formatting standard is 12 pt font, Times New Roman, double-spaced with one-inch margins.
It is easier to say what this writing is not: it is not an extensive summary of the article, it is not a compilation of personal opinions or outright judgmental claims about the article without evidence, and it is not a repetitive blabbering about a single aspect of the article. It is in-depth analysis of most important sections of the article that relies on textual evidence and on wider context of the area of science in which the article is presented.
Usually students are assigned articles that are within the familiar scope of knowledge, so placing them in context is not a big trouble.
Any additional lines of information requested by your professor may be situated after the institutional affiliation.
If your instructor requires you to include an author’s note, position it in the lower half of the title page.
Like the rest of the paper, the title page should be double-spaced and typed in Times New Roman, 12 pt. The running head and label is flush with the upper left-hand corner of the title page, while the page number is flush with the upper right-hand corner of the page.
The label “Running head” should only appear on the title page; on all other pages, simply include the shortened title of the paper.
The paper’s title should be a maximum of 12 words and fill one or two lines; avoid using abbreviations and unnecessary words.
Do not format the title with bold, italics, underlining, or quotation marks.
All letters of the running head should be capitalized and should not exceed 50 characters, including punctuation, letters, and spaces.
Running head: EFFECTS OF NUTRITION ON MEMORY The full title of the paper is centered in the upper half of the page, and the first letter of each major word is capitalized.