RUNNING HEAD: LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 1 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW Name Institution Affiliation
LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 2 Instructions for use of this template. First, do not change the template. You may think it is better to compress certain sections, or that some do not apply, but the template has been designed to first guide your thinking in completing the assignment and to speed grading. Please note, that if you alter the template (that includes taking out these silly paragraphs), you will lose 10% right off the top. Simply answer each section one space below it. Also, do not forget to correct the cover page for the assignment. Did you include a copy of the article in your submission? (Not including a copy of the article will result in you losing 10% off the assignment) Highlight or bold the correct answer. Yes or No Citation (The citation must be in APA format. Begin your citation on the next line.) Kuther, T. L. (2015). Lifespan development: Lives in context . SAGE Publications. Type of Research (There are only three types of research, quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods. That is all that you need to put. You may not use a meta-analysis for this assignment unless you can demonstrate to me Points possible: -10 or 0 Points given: Points possible: 0 or 10 Points given: Points possible: 0 to 5 Points given: Points possible: 0 to 5 Points given:
LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 3 prior to submission that you understand the statistical procedures well enough to be able to meaningfully interpret the journal article) The research uses both quantitative and qualitative methods by quantifying behaviors and other variables into graphs and figures, and also uncovering behavioral trends and opinions and diving deeper into the topic matter. Scope of the Research (Hypothesis(es) What is the researcher attempting to provide evidence for/study/answer? (This should be in your own words. Put your answer on the next line.) The research is aimed at providing an analysis of the physical, sociological and psychological phases of life from childhood, through puberty, adulthood and finally to the elderly life. It gives an in-depth analysis of how human beings develop physically and cognitively and how they interact with each other. What population is the researcher utilizing for their research? ( You must describe the population that the researcher is utilizing in detail. For instance, it is not enough to say 100 participants. What ethnicity, age, gender were they? What region or socioeconomic status were they? Where did the researcher find them, etc? Population is not limited to human subjects alone. Animals subjects, neurons, or even neurotransmitters can all be populations. If you are addressing a non-human population, you still need to address the numbers in the sample, developmental stage of the subjects, animal model, etc. For chemical populations, be Points possible: 0 to 10 Points given: Points possible: 0 to 5 Points given:
LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW 4 sure to address where the chemicals can from e.g. natural extraction from what species and what where the species characteristics, lab grown, etc. Questions about population
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