Learning Goal: I’m working on a neuroscience writing question and need a sample

Learning Goal: I’m working on a neuroscience writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.Choose 1 topic to discuss in 1100 words -New theory linking sleep and creativity https://umd.instructure.com/courses/1310873/files/63514082/download?verifier=4uDCoz3Zr7Lj7pyptm5wCHm2IlIyb2UMSH04VEtr&wrap=1 -Childhood (infantile) amnesia -/How sleep deprivation affects creativityAlthough there is no set format, any such writing exercise will have three basic sections:1) A short introduction that provides just enough background material so the reader can understand the question(s) you are asking and see why they are interesting. The introduction normally finishes with an explicit statement of the question(s) you are setting out to answer.2) The body of the essay that provides the information needed to answer your question. In an effective essay, the author organizes the information so that the reader easily sees and understands the most important ideas, not just the facts.3) A brief summary that shows how the information in the body of the essay answers the question(s) posed in the introduction. The summary should not simply be a recap of information in the body of the essay. The summary can, if appropriate, propose future research, but must explain why that research would be important. Effective summaries require considerable time and effort.