Due Date: April 25
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Due Date: March 16, 2017
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When you tell people you are taking a course in psychology, you will often find that they have strong opinions about the subject--sometimes opinions supported by evidence, sometimes not so much. The purpose of this lab is to analyze and evaluate perceptions of psychology from members of the general public. Below, you will find the lab worksheet attached, and a link to Google Form in which you may input your data. Please complete the survey once for each participant in the survey--this means you should submit responses to the survey 5 separate times.
Everything below this post is from a previous semester
1. The Utah Online Library: the most useful resources here will be Digital Science, The Gale Reference Collection, and EBSCO. In the Gale Reference Collection, be sure to check out the opposing viewpoints section
2.Mayo Clinic: Has a great amount of information on various psychiatric disorders from a medical/biological point of view
3. Psychology Today: Has various resources on current issues in psychology
Your assignment, working in groups of 2 or 3, is to research a specific mental health issue, and design a public awareness campaign to increase awareness and correct misinformation around that mental health issue.
Due date: January 9th/10th
**For more details, see attached assignment sheet**
See attached assignment Sheet
While the attached document is much longer than what I expect you to write for this class, and includes more statistical analysis than I require, it follows the basic format I expect you to use. Look at this file to get an idea of what your final paper should look like.
In this lab, you will investigate the developmental theories of Jean Piaget and Lawrence Kohlberg, as you try to determine whether cognitive, moral, and/or social development comes in stages or slowly and continuously. Below, you will find the assignment sheet, and several online resources that will help you with your research.
Summary of Piaget's Theories: webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/genpsypiaget.html
Citation for the above article: Kohlberg, L. (1968) The Child as a Moral Philosopher. PSYCHOLOGY TODAY, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 24-30,
Chapter from Theories of Development on Kohlberg's theory: http://www.cs.umb.edu/~hdeblois/285L/Kohlberg'sMoralStages.htm