Summaries are concise summaries in students own words ofessential points, statements, or facts from a single work; the length of a summary is typically about a quarter of the lengthof the original work. For example, Chapter 1 (Psychology and Law: Choices and Roles) is 24 pages, the summary shouldbe 6 double-spaced, type-written pages. The summary structure includes a brief thesis a statement about yourunderstanding of the main point of the reading and sections that mirror the sections of the original work, such as thetopic headings for a book chapter (See pg. 10 in the APA Manual, 7th Ed.). Summaries will be completed for eachassigned reading for our textbook (Wrightsmans Psychology and Law) and the assigned journal articles for each moduleof the course. . Please review theseinstructions carefully as it contains the grading rubrics and expectations for Summary and Expository Essay content.