1) Compose a research question of your own prompted by analysis of the stimulus

1) Compose a research question of your own prompted by analysis of the stimulus materials.
Your question must relate to a theme that connects at least two of the stimulus materials.
2) Gather information from a range of additional sources representing a variety of
perspectives, including scholarly work.
3) Analyze, evaluate, and select evidence. Interpret the evidence to develop a well-reasoned
argument that answers the research question and conveys your perspective.
4) Throughout your research, continually revisit and refine your original research question to
ensure that the evidence you gather addresses your purpose and focus.
5) Identify and evaluate opposing or alternate views and consider their implications and/or
limitations as you develop resolutions, conclusions, or solutions to your research question.
sources.
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How Physical Exercise Makes Your Brain Work Better. The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 18 June 2016, www.theguardian.com/education/2016/jun/18/how-physical-exercise-makes-your-brain-work-better. 
Kauweloa, Nyle Sky, and Jenifer Sunrise Winter. Taking College Esports Seriously. Loading, vol. 12, no. 20, 2019, pp. 3550., doi:10.7202/1065896ar. 
Moderate Exercise May Improve Memory in Older Adults. National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 16 July 2020, www.nih.gov/news-events/nih-research-matters/moderate-exercise-may-improve-memory-older-adults#:~:text=A%20new%20study%20in%20older,the%20brain%20as%20we%20age. 
Pan, James, et al. Sports-Related Brain Injuries: Connecting Pathology to Diagnosis. Focus, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, 1 Apr. 2016, thejns.org/focus/view/journals/neurosurg-focus/40/4/article-pE14.xml#:~:text=Many%20sports%2Drelated%20brain,arts%2C%20boxing%2C%20and%20bicycling. 

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