Based on their observations, Teuscher, Valrhona, Lindt, Godiva, and Hershey (2012) have proposed the notion of chocolate-induced euphoria, a state of well-being and enhanced mood that follows shortly after the ingestion of various cocoa-based products. These authors have even argued that society at large would benefit if more citizens experienced chocolate-induced euphoria on a regular basis.
Though the student has used in- text citation, there are no direct quotes. The original quote should be in direct quotes and properly referenced indicating the author and the page from which the information was obtained.
Student C (female) While popular authors have touted the benefits of eating chocolate for decades, some scientists have recently embraced this sentiment. In fact, Teuscher, Valrhona, Lindt, Godiva, and Hershey (2012) introduced the notion of “chocolate-induced euphoria,” which they defined “as a state of well-being and enhanced mood that follows shortly after the ingestion of various cocoa-based products” (p. 313). Teuscher et al. further asserted that societal benefits would follow if more individuals generated this emotional experience more regularly (p. 313).
Student C has appropriately used the original quote. Direct statements from the authors are in quotation marks. The statements are also properly referenced showing the page and the authors. However, placing the names of the authors outside the parenthesis is inappropriate.
Student D (male) Some have discussed the emotional effect of eating chocolate, including euphoria (Teuscher, Valrhona, Lindt, Godiva, & Hershey, 2012, p. 313), a sense of calm (Cadbury, 2009, p. 105), reduction in depressive symptoms (Nestle & Quick, 2010, p. 5), and less stress (Ritter Sport, 2011, p. 400).
Student E (female) Because of the high sugar content in milk chocolate and some dark chocolates, nutritionists are reluctant to recommend that people increase their intake of chocolate. Some have advocated the ...Show more