My Research Paper Title (Heading 1)

by Me (Heading 3)

Introduction (Heading 2)

Here I'm going to give some background about my paper. I'm going to add a citation from someone this way: Mary Doe (1995) says that the best things in life are free.

A Subhead

Here's what I have to say about my first point. For example, the love you feel for your parents and family is a wonderful thing, and it's free. Many people talk about how great it is to have a loving family, including Wilson (1993), Smith (1994), and Doe (1995).

Another Subhead

Here's what I have to say about my second point. This will look a lot like the first point. A beautiful sunny day is free and it's a wonderful thing, too.

Contrasting Idea

Not everyone thinks that the best things are free. Rogers (1995) points out that, after all, love is a lot of work, and Jones (1998) says that days are only beautiful if we don't pollute our environment.

Why That's Wrong

Here's how I firmly but politely disagree with the people who disagree with me and say why they're wrong.


Why it's best to believe me and all the writers I've mentioned who agree with me.


Doe, M. (1995). The cost of love. Economics Today, 80 (3), 95-102.
Jones, D. (1998). Pollution is ruining the sky. [Online document] Available Accessed 7/1/98.
Rogers, R. (1995). Love is too hard. New York: Troublesome Press.
Smith, S. (1994). Build a loving family.In E. Takit, Psychology of the family (pp. 4-15). New York: Stover Press.
Wilson, P. (1993). Families today are better than ever. [Online document] Available Accessed 7/1/98.  (These two lines use Address format)
Last updated 16 July 1998 by Deborah Healey,