Onsidering Mean-Variance models, can investor psychology affect the return predictability?

This written work is for research methods module, for Masters degree and deadline is on 21st February. Id like to have it in Advanced level of English in order to receive 60-65 approximate marks. Ill be giving you the project outline, thatd give you an idea how the work should look like. Moreover, therell be a reference list to be used.

Urgent: this project DOES NOT involve any empirical work!

Title: Considering Mean-Variance models, can investor psychology affect the return predictability?

Outline for proposed research which Professor received from me:

In this proposal I will find and describe the main areas of project topic
I would outline my motivation for undertaking this topic
I will summarise the main theories with respect to investor psychology
The strength and weaknesses of this theories will be analysed
Finally, the likely future trends would be analysed

Aims and objectives
The main purpose of the project is to analyse both Mean-Variance models in financial Portfolio Analysis and Investor psychology, whereas the najor aim of them is to maximise the efficiency of future predictions for returns. Thus, a critical review of the relevant literature will be done and eventually I would come up with answering the question: can investor psychology affect the return predictability?

the literature to use:
1. Normal Investors, Then and Now. By: Statman, Meir. Financial Analysts Journal, Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p31-37, 7p;
2. Higher-Moment Portfolio Theory. By: Malevergne, Yannick; Sornette, Didier. Journal of Portfolio Management, Summer2005, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p49-55, 7p;
3. Passive Investing: The Emperor Exposed? By: Carosa, Christopher. Journal of Financial Planning, Oct2005, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p54-62, 6p, 2 charts, 1 graph;
4. Investor Psychology and Asset Pricing. By: Hirshleifer, David. Journal of Finance, Aug2001, Vol. 56 Issue 4; main one.
5. Markowitz Revisited: Mean-Variance Models in Financial Portfolio Analysis. By: Steinbach, Marc C.. SIAM Review, 2001, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p31, 56p, 12 graphs;
6. Investor psychology and security market underand overreactions. By: Daniel, Kent; Hirshleifer, David; Subrahmanyam, Avanidhar. Journal of Finance, Dec98, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p1839, 47p;
7. Mean-Variance Preferences and Investor Behaviour. By: Ormiston, Michael B.; Schlee, Edward E.. Economic Journal, Oct2001, Vol. 111 Issue 474, p849-861, 13p; Main one
8. ON MEAN VARIANCE MODELS OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE AND THE ABSURDITY OF THEIR PREDICTIONS. By: Gonzalez, Nestor; Litzenberger, Robert; Rolfo, Jacques. Journal of Financial & Quantitative Analysis, Jun77, Vol. 12 Issue 2;
9. Investor psychology plays key role in market plays. By: Kinney, Derrick. Fort Worth Business Press, 12/5/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 47, p25-25, 1/2p;
10. Herd Behaviour and Cascading in Capital Markets: a Review and Synthesis. By: Hirshleifer, D.; Hong Teoh, S.. European Financial Management, Mar2003, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p25-66, 42p;
11. Buy on the Rumor:Anticipatory Affect and Investor Behavior. By: Peterson, Richard L.. Journal of Psychology & Financial Markets, 2002, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p218-226, 9p;

then how actually the eassy should look like:

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
This summary should not exceed 350 words and should be viewed as an effective device for communicating to non-specialists the practical importance of the project  it should not represent an expanded version of the abstract.
(See European Financial Management for examples of executive summaries: The Journal of the European Financial Management Association)

List of Tables
List of Figures
please add only one diagram with explanation:

Introduction 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 2


Chapter 3


Concluding Remarks
Policy Implications of Research
Ideas for further Research

Harward style of referncing

please, do not forget that for one of your work Ive failed once.