Step 3: Based on what you learned from the articles above and what you still want to know about your topic, brainstorm 3-4 potential specific research questions (these are not the same as survey questions) about your topic- include each of your brainstorms in the paper (i.e. if you pick elderly care, one potential question could be, “”Does regular family visitation decrease risk of depression in elderly individuals aged 70-90 who are living in long-term care facilities?”” but not something too vague or subjective, like “”Is elderly care in Florida good or bad?””). Remember, study questions should be specific, measurable, and realistic.