developmental psychology professor Morley… keep scrolling down until you find the topic saying case study. I am a psychology major so need this to be a paper and not presentation. do not include the title page or reference page as part of the document order. Need to keep the questions simple and specifically on what his habits were before the shutdown and during for COVID 19.
Not how things have been changing over time- specifically right before and then during. Do not ask him about Trump for this case study. Need to ask about physical, cognitive, social, and nutrition before and after and analyze what the course is teaching us about those areas of development for his age. You can finish with open-ended questions- anything he would like to add and a cross-cultural question about if this were to happen while living in India would it be similar or different? These questions are leading- when we conduct research we need to avoid that and ask simple questions that allow the person to answer how they would.
For the papers- do not use direct quotations- instead read and understand the background material on development for teh age of your person (take notes) but then don’t look at the reference- write it in your own words (paraphrase) but cite the source of your information. When you submit the paper, the turninit will tell you how much of your paper overlaps with published sources. I can see all these and if there is a problem I will let you know and you will have the opportunity to revise it.
I am most interested in
1. do you know what you are talking about- are you showing me as you describe development for this age that you understand the theories and concepts?
2. in you summary and conclusion, are you applying this understanding? is there evidence of your own thought and critical thinking?
For AU Psychology Majors, this is one of the first CAP courses in the sequence, so I do not expect your papers to be perfect. Good writing, and in particular APA writing style (clear, concise, to the point, no wordiness or extra phrases like “that being said” or “in other words” that don’t add to what you are saying and only distract) takes time, learning and feedback. Avoid slang and informal language