The Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
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"This is a neatly formatted essay that is well-worded and easy to read. Ideas and evidence are presented in a logical manner, making the text seem cohesive. There needs to be some clarification added to your introduction. This can be done by creating a thesis statement that lets the reader know what the goal of the paper is. There are a number of inconsistencies in the text. One of these is the way you have cited things. Sometimes you have direct quotes without citations, and none of your direct quotes include page numbers like they should. You also have a habit of not including the publishing year of a text or not including it the first time that you talk about the text. You also have inconsistency in your use of the acronym CBT. The first problem is that you did not introduce this as standing for cognitive-behavioral therapy which needs to be done. Once you have done this, every time the term appears you should use the acronym instead, except at the beginning of sentences. You should make your reference page neater by formatting each reference with a hanging indent. "
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