Mandatory Research and Extra Credit[1]

Mandatory Research and Extra Credit[1] - Mandatory Research...

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Mandatory Research and Extra Credit Alternatives In the event you do not wish to participate in research (as “participants”), you have two alternatives for satisfying this requirement and earning extra credit points. Alternative #1: JOURNAL ARTICLE REVIEW Step 1: Go to Psyc Info (the search engine available through our library’s web pages) and type in a topic of interest to you. Step 2: Choose an article to review (you can download the full text for many of these articles. Step 3: Write a 2-page typed, double-spaced review of the article that answers the following questions: What was the study about? What were the hypotheses? How were the hypotheses tested? What were the main findings? What conclusions were drawn? What were the limitations of the study? (This is your critique of it.) Each review is worth two (2) points. Alternative #2: General Psych Meets Real Life Step 1: Find something in the media that interests you or catches your  attention and think about how it related to something you have learned in 
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2010 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Negy during the Spring '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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