Thought Paper 2

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T HOUGHT P APER #2 D UE AT OR B EFORE 9:25 AM , O CTOBER 15 TH , 2009 Opinion: Parental Licensing Read Parental Licensing on the following page and answer the questions below (number your responses accordingly): 1. State your position (are you for or against parental licensing?). If necessary, include a brief description of any caveats you feel are critical to your position. 2. Provide at least one (but no more than two) psychologically–based argument(s) supporting your position. You must draw from material and concepts presented in your book or in lectures. You may draw from any chapter we have covered thus far, and you do not have to draw from multiple chapters (i.e., your support may come from a single chapter). 3. Provide at least one (but no more than two) psychologically–based argument(s) refuting your position. Again, you must draw from material and concepts presented in your book or in lectures. This assignment should be at least 2 pages (but no more than 5 pages) in length (stapled, double spaced, 1–inch margins, 12 point Times New Roman font). Include a cover page with your name, ID number, article author names, and article author title. Use your last name as the page header on the entire document and include page numbers.
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P ARENTAL L ICENSING Adapted from Schacter, Gilbert, & Wegner (2009).
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