Meta-analyses, review papers, blogs, interviews, and internet articlesare prohibited. Incorporation of any of these will automatically result in 75% grade reduction.
This paper will consist of an Introduction, Review of the literature, Summary of Findings, and Conclusion. Furthermore, the Literature Review should be synthesizing the research articles. This means you should not state each article’s methods and results in their own separate paragraphs or write each article as a separate paragraph. If you are having trouble synthesizing information or writing, please utilize the writing center https://www.lindenwood.edu/academics/library/services/writing-center/ Also, when writing, do not use direct quotes or state the title of the paper (this is why we use in-text citation and have a reference page). The paper should be four (4) pages in length (not including title page and reference page). Less than four (4) pages will result in point reduction. Paper Requirements:1) Title Page: Includes title of paper, your name, date, course name, and instructor. 2) Body of Paper:a. Includes introduction, review of literature, summary of findings and conclusionb. Double spaced typed on 8 1/2 x 11 white paperc. Arial 12 fontd. 1-inch margin on all sidese. Pages must be numbered appropriately in the lower right-hand corner and contain the title of the paperf. Use the in-text citation guidelines of the Journal of Applied Physiology (JAP)3) References: Your references should following the guidelines of the Journal of Applied Physiology (JAP)
approved topic is ” The efficacy of yoga as a form of treatment for depression”
Six articles to help from PUBMED write this review are :
1- Perceptions of hatha yoga amongst persistently depressed individuals enrolled in a trial of yoga for depression
Uebelacker, L. A., Kraines, M., Broughton, M. K., Tremont, G., Gillette, L. T., Epstein-Lubow, G., Abrantes, A. M., Battle, C., & Miller, I. W. (2017). Perceptions of hatha yoga amongst persistently depressed individuals enrolled in a trial of yoga for depression. Complementary therapies in medicine, 34, 149–155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ctim.2017.06.008
2- Yoga and massage therapy reduce prenatal depression and prematurity
Field, T., Diego, M., Hernandez-Reif, M., Medina, L., Delgado, J., & Hernandez, A. (2012). Yoga and massage therapy reduce prenatal depression and prematurity. Journal of bodywork and movement therapies, 16(2), 204–209. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbmt.2011.08.002
3- Treating major depression with yoga: A prospective, randomized, controlled pilot trial
Prathikanti, S., Rivera, R., Cochran, A., Tungol, J. G., Fayazmanesh, N., & Weinmann, E. (2017). Treating major depression with yoga: A prospective, randomized, controlled pilot trial. PloS one, 12(3), e0173869. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0173869
4- Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder with Iyengar Yoga and Coherent Breathing: A Randomized Controlled Dosing Study
Streeter, C. C., Gerbarg, P. L., Whitfield, T. H., Owen, L., Johnston, J., Silveri, M. M., Gensler, M., Faulkner, C. L., Mann, C., Wixted, M., Hernon, A. M., Nyer, M. B., Brown, E. R., & Jensen, J. E. (2017). Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder with Iyengar Yoga and Coherent Breathing: A Randomized Controlled Dosing Study. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.), 23(3), 201–207. https://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2016.0140
5-Thalamic Gamma Aminobutyric Acid Level Changes in Major Depressive Disorder After a 12-Week Iyengar Yoga and Coherent Breathing Intervention
Streeter CC, Gerbarg PL, Brown RP, Scott TM, Nielsen GH, Owen L, Sakai O, Sneider JT, Nyer MB, Silveri MM. Thalamic Gamma Aminobutyric Acid Level Changes in Major Depressive Disorder After a 12-Week Iyengar Yoga and Coherent Breathing Intervention. J Altern Complement Med. 2020 Mar;26(3):190-197. doi: 10.1089/acm.2019.0234. Epub 2020 Jan 14. PMID: 31934793; PMCID: PMC7074898.
6- Effect of the Information Support Method Combined with Yoga Exercise on the Depression, Anxiety, and Sleep Quality of Menopausal Women
Lu, X., Liu, L., & Yuan, R. (2020). Effect of the Information Support Method Combined with Yoga Exercise on the Depression, Anxiety, and Sleep Quality of Menopausal Women. Psychiatria Danubina, 32(3-4), 380–388. https://doi.org/10.24869/psyd.2020.380