SEXUAL EXCLUSIVITY AMONG INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF SAME-SEX

Notes to Guide the Edit-Writing:   I wrote a Ph.D. dissertation. It was passed, and I am about to graduate. What I have presented to you is an iteration of it that was altered for you to safely use. I need a 10-page article — excluding the reference list that I will manage — extracted from my dissertation. I owe this to my supervisor. I will further edit what you provide to me. I am asking you to write a dense summary in the requested format by the specific academic journal to which I will be submitting it. The journal name is Psychology and Sexuality. I consider this a task in editing, and rewording, by an expert writer (and also someone very familiar with the writing style of articles for peer-reviewed, academic journals).     Keep in mind, investing some time to understand my approach by reading and flipping here and there in the dissertation will be valuable for you before starting the task. You may need a couple of hours, at least, for that.    Read about (1) Preparing Your Paper and (2) Structure <- It is very important that it is in the format noted by the journal, Psychology and Sexuality. On (A) this following site, they recommend (B) the following structure.    (A)   www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?show=instructions&journalCode=rpse20#prep (B)   "Your paper should be compiled in the following order: title page; abstract; keywords; main text introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion; acknowledgments; declaration of interest statement; references; appendices (as appropriate); table(s) with caption(s) (on individual pages); figures; figure captions (as a list)." <- this is a rough structure; you will see how other articles adopted it below but also used some creative headings, etc. Importantly, I will write the title page; abstract; keywords, acknowledgments, declaration of interest statement, references, appendices, etc. Skip those parts. I want you to just write 10 pages covering the (1) main text introduction, (2) materials and methods and (3) results and discussion. You will be plugging in references, in-text citations, but you don't have to compile the final reference list. I will do that. You only need to use the citations that I included next to the content I provided, which you will have to phrase differently (at times). This is a big editing job using better phrasing than I have. As you will see, I am not an especially talented writer so this is why I am selecting you; for your expertise.     Note: you may need to directly quote a participant to offer an example but do this rarely and only if/when needed.      You will need to (1) first, read over my table of contents to get a feel for what needs to be covered. You will (2) secondly need to become familiar with the format and style of this journal's articles, which you are edit-writing. Take a bit of time to look over the articles they accepted and try to write in that style. Take special notice of the main text introductions: You do not need to cover all the points in my dissertation of course; there is a big difference between the dissertation style and a very densely written article. Note: focus mostly on the lit review content in compiling densely written main text introductions. Articles tend to have lots, and lots, of reference citations. See in the article below. And (3) thirdly, before writing, make sure you really understand my inclusion vs exclusion criteria that are best set forth in the consent letter that is in the appendix.      Here are examples of writing in this style from articles that were accepted by the journal:   https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/19419899.2018.1453862     https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/19419899.2013.774161    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/19419899.2013.831217     https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/19419899.2018.1496134       Thanks and don’t hesitate to ask me 100 questions!

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