Grant Proposal Annotated bibliography

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Grant Proposal – Topic, Specific Aims and Bibliography

For this assignment, you will select a topic for your grant proposal (i.e., Final Project due in Week Six). Then you will write the Specific Aims section and create a preliminary bibliography. You will conduct a search in the Ashford University Library and/or on PubMedCentral (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. to locate at least 10 scholarly peer-reviewed articles that are relevant and that support your funding request. Create your preliminary annotated bibliography and ensure that your resources are relevant and supportive of the Specific Aims as well as the Background and Significance sections of your grant proposal (the Background and Significance sections will be written in Week Three). See a sample annotated bibliography (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. from the Ashford Writing Center for assistance.

Compose the Specific Aims section following the Grant Proposal Guidelines (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. See the Sample Grant Proposal Template (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. as an example and use it as a template for your Grant Proposal. The assignment should be one page, excluding the bibliography.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

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ALWAYSORIGINAL
School: UT Austin

Hello there, if you would for me to switch around the bibliography and place it elsewhere or delete and and copy it into a seperate document just let me know, it would be no problem at all to revise and also let me know if you would like any further revisions for I will revise those as well!

Running Head: BLAST EXPOSURE OF VETERANS

Blast Exposure and Neuropsychological Outcomes of Veterans
Name
Class
Instructor
Date

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BLAST EXPOSURE OF VETERANS

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Blast Exposure and Neuropsychological Outcomes of Veterans

Specific Aims
Traumatic brain injury and malfunctions are related to blast exposures among veterans
who have been deployed in other countries in the battle of the war. Such changes and alterations
have emerged through pervasive causes of casualties through conflicts of veterans deployed in
other countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq. The casualties are accompanied by range
neurological and neurobiological events that have resulted in significant pathological changes
due to the brain injuries sustained. The brain function and structure of veterans who have been
exposed to blasts have become a great concern and has been identified as major risk factors for
age-associated neurodegenerative diseases among veterans. A study conducted with a wide
number of veterans utilized a diffusion tensor imaging to reveal the subjective and objective
affiliations with blast exposure that has been associated with the tissue structure within the brain
of those exposed (Trotter, B. B., et al. 2015). The outcome of this study has revealed that the
significance of blast exposure has caused underlining effects to the brain neurologically in
veterans with the study being conducted on those between the ages of 19 and 62 (Trotter, B. B.,
et al. 2015).
The specific aim of this proposal is to assess the effectiveness of studies in providing
relevant evidence that blast exposure to deployed veterans has caused significant conflictions
within their brain structures leaving them with neurological issues. The cognitive abilities and
malfunctions of the brain concerning blast exposures among veterans through longitudinal
studies have revealed that such experiences have left veterans with age-related failures in the
brain (Martindale, S. L., et al., 2016). Histories of risk factors for such neurological diseases
have grown increasingly over the past decade among veterans and to support this proposal,

BLAST EXPOSURE OF VETERANS

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studies will reveal such significances relates to blast exposures while deployed in other countries.
Background

Significance
Proposed Study
Participants:

Hypotheses & Analysis:

Budget Justification

Bibliography
Trotter, B. B., Robinson, M. E., Milberg, W. P., McGlinchey, R. E., & Salat, D. H. (2015).
Military blast exposure, aging and white matter integrity. Brain, 138(8), 2278–2292.
http://doi.org/10.1093/brain/awv139.
The result of this investigation has uncovered that the hugeness of impact presentation
has caused underlining impacts to the mind neurologically in veterans with the
examination being led on those between the ages of 19 and 62. The mental capacity and
structure of veterans who have been presented to impacts has turned into an impressive
concern and has been distinguished as real hazard factors for age-related
neurodegenerative illnesses among veterans. An examination directed with a vast number
of veterans used a dispersion tensor imaging so as to uncover the subjective and target
affiliations with impact introduction that has been related with the tissue structure inside

BLAST EXPOSURE OF VETERANS

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the cerebrum of those uncovered.
Martindale, S. L., Morissette, S. B., Kimbrel, N. A., Meyer, E. C., Kruse, M. I., Gulliver, S. B.,
& Dolan, S. L. (2016). Neuropsychological Functioning, Coping, and Quality of Life
among Returning War Veterans. Rehabilitation Psychology, 61(3), 231–239.
http://doi.org/10.1037/rep0000076.
Examinations and analysis uncovered a considerable impact presentation of age
cooperation on fractional anisotropy, with the impact revealed gathering displaying a
more negative connection between partial anisotropy and age contrasted with the impact
unexposed aggregate all through the cerebral white issue. There were likewise areas in
which explicit dispersion coefficient and outspread diffusivity indicated noteworthy
contrasts in their relationship with age between impact uncovered and impact unexposed
gatherings. These two measures showed an inherently more noteworthy increment with
expanding age in the impact pre...

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Awesome! Exactly what I wanted.

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