Annotated Bibliography As a step in researching and documentation, an annotated bibliography goes beyond a simple listing of resources. Along with the regular bibliographical format of referencing, an annotated bibliography includes a paragraph about the resources and why it is being considered within your research. After the reference, in APA format, the paragraph will justify why the resource was consulted and what type of information the source will add to your paper Not all of the sources listed in your annotated bibliography will become part of your finished paper. The sources may change completely or partially. The sources that are not used in your final paper will be listed in a Works Consulted Each entry is numbered in an annotated bibliography, not in alphabetical order. This process allows you to seriously consider the merits of each resource. The paragraph is not indented and is single spaced. Example: 1. Sproule, Wayne.(1994). People in Perspective. Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada. The information within chapter four outlines the motives and reactions that humans have when dealing with emotions. Specifically, the chapter provides information regarding love and how humans express this emotion and whether or not it is solely a human characteristic, including Harlows’ experiments with rhesus monkeys. In chapter six, information regarding personality development and later in chapter eight, information regarding human communication development will directly address my thesis statement regarding the value of human altruism.