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Now that you have developed an in-text citation for a summary, paraphrase, and a direct quote, and created a reference of your chosen article, reflect on the thought processes you used for each aspect. How did your approach differ when writing each? What different techniques did you employ when developing each? What questions did you ask yourself as you wrote each?

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    My ESP connection is down tonight. Your thought processes just appear as a hazy jumble.

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