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Field Research 1 Field Research: Teaching your Baby to Read Mary Beth Kochie University of Phoenix Developmental Psychology PSYCH 600 01/24/2016 Vong Rathsachack, Ph.D., MACO
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Field Research 2 Abstract This paper is written to consider a service that is popular and marketed to parents that may be found to beneficial to parents of baby. Several companies use marketing techniques to increase their sales. These techniques can be exaggerated and unfounded and downright unrealistic about how they will affect the child’s development. This author has chosen to focus on the false claims of teaching a baby to read. We will review several items of research to determine if the claims are in fact exaggerated or have validity. The advertised service will be described in detail. We will also discuss a scenario of what if a psychologist in our area were to advertise and support the project. We will discuss how this will be viewed through the APA Code of Ethics.
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Field Research 3 Field Research This paper is written to consider a service that is popular and marketed to parents that may be found to beneficial to parents of baby. A newer technique has come out that claims that you can teach a young baby to read starting as young as ten months old.. Several companies are using marketing techniques to increase their sales. These techniques can be exaggerated and unfounded and downright unrealistic about how they will affect the child’s development. This author has chosen to focus on the false claims of teaching a baby to read. We will review several items of research to determine if the claims are in fact exaggerated or have validity. The advertised service will be described in detail. We will also discuss a scenario of what if a psychologist in our area were to advertise and support the project.
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