GRAND WRITER EVALUATOR OF A PROPOSAL DRAFT Reviewer’s Name Course name Instructor’s name Date Specific Aims. Dementia Most research projects are initiated following the comprehensive proposals that persuasively make the requests to the relevant research bodies. Research proposals are composed comprehensively and in a detailed manner explaining the specific circumstances that have led to the author to feel the need to call for the research. An efficient representation of how the study should be conducted is represented in the research proposal document as well. A literature review is required for every detailed proposal as well as comprehensive methodologies of how the study will be conducted within the rational. A hypothesis and a description of the anticipated results of the research project are also incorporated. The proposal draft contains the specified aims of the study. The goals seem to be somehow complicated and therefore may require extremely detailed procedures in a more analysed research proposal which at least provides detailed information that could convince a research organization to fund the relevant study. As mentioned earliear a research proposal needs to have if not one multiple literature reviews to help provide an extensive description. On the contrary this proposal only points out the participants and the machines that can be used to analyse the braine. Generally the proposal document can be easily disregarded and presumed unusable. References Garcia-Ptacek S. Modéer I. Kåreholt I. Fereshtehnejad S. Farahmand B. Religa D. & Eriksdotter M. (2016). Differences in the diagnostic process treatment and social Support for Alzheimer's dementia between primary and specialist care: results from the Swedish Dementia Registry. Age And Ageing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afw189 Pulvermüller F. (2012). Brain gain in cognitive neuropsychology: Continuing commentary on Laine and Martin (2012) “Cognitive neuropsychology has been is and will be significant to aphasiology.” Aphasiology 26(12) 1481-1484. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2012.741855 [...]
Read over ttwo Grant Proposals and write a 3-6 pages < NOT INCLUDING TITLE AND REFERENCE PAGES paper with YOUR recommendations such as did the Grant have a targeted audience, hypothesis, analysis of the budget etcc. APA FORMAT. (2) References to support your analysis .