Seek and Answer
To help you develop your information literacy skills as well as spark your curiosity in the fields of stress and pain, you will complete three "Seek and Answer" activities.
You will need to answer each question using two sources.
The first is a "layman's" source. For example, you might try simply googling the question. These are sources that pretty much anyone would have access to - and require little to no specialized training or knowledge (beyond high school) to understand. Do NOT use NIH webpages as your layman's source. These are sites that start with (But note that these sites can be used to find peer-reviewed sources - see below).
The second is a "peer-reviewed" source. To find these, log onto the SUU library website. Find the box that looks like the one shown on this page. Enter your key words and use Boolean Operators (AND, OR) between them as needed. If you require a refresher on using Boolean Operators, check out the short video below. Note: EBSCO search box, be sure to click on "scholarly/peer-reviewed articles".