write a comprehensive, self-reflective case study. You will describe a number of critical events that have occurred in your life, emanating from no fewer than four different life stages (i.e., infancy, toddlerhood, early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence). You may use your own memory of events and also consult family members. This project can be used to create your e-portfolio in PSYC 495 capstone course. This project fulfills the Course Outcome of applying empirical research and theories of child and adolescent development to enhance interpersonal, community, and organizational relationships.

Once you have identified a minimum of four different, significant events (e.g., early hospitalization, divorce of parents, negative peer-group influence), you will analyze each event based on psychological research and theory. You will consult peer-reviewed academic journal articles (not magazines, Wikipedia, or newspapers) and scholarly Web sites to determine how different psychological theories would explain and describe the issues specified in your paper, identifying the primary psychological concepts and constructs involved. You should use a minimum of four scholarly resources in preparing this case study (the emphasis here is on scholarly, meaning peer-reviewed academic journal articles).   Each of the four sections of your paper should have at least one peer-reviewed article associated with it.

Important:  I recommend that for each significant event, you spend 50% of that section describing the event, and 50% elaborating on the psychological theory and/or article that explains the issue.  Thus, you could spend one or two paragraphs describing the event, then one or two paragraphs explaining how it relates to a journal article and theory.  Some students get caught up in describing events in their lives and give short shrift to the academic side of the paper.  Please be aware of this tendency and devote at least 50% of the paper to research and theory.  Feel free to use section headings as well, as they tend to provide wonderful organization to a paper of this nature (e.g., Divorce, Making the Cheerleading Squad, Peers, etc.).

Your paper should be six to eight pages long, excluding the title and reference pages, and all in-text citations and references should be formatted in proper APA style. This case study will count as 30 percent of your overall grade.

 

 

 

***I need somone with strong writing skills*** Preferably Psychology/Sociology emphasis who can format references APA style

****I do read reviews before handshake****

write a comprehensive, self-reflective case study. You will describe a number of critical events that have occurred in your life, emanating from no fewer than four different life stages (i.e., infancy, toddlerhood, early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence). You may use your own memory of events and also consult family members. This project can be used to create your e-portfolio in PSYC 495 capstone course. This project fulfills the Course Outcome of applying empirical research and theories of child and adolescent development to enhance interpersonal, community, and organizational relationships.

Once you have identified a minimum of four different, significant events (e.g., early hospitalization, divorce of parents, negative peer-group influence), you will analyze each event based on psychological research and theory. You will consult peer-reviewed academic journal articles (not magazines, Wikipedia, or newspapers) and scholarly Web sites to determine how different psychological theories would explain and describe the issues specified in your paper, identifying the primary psychological concepts and constructs involved. You should use a minimum of four scholarly resources in preparing this case study (the emphasis here is on scholarly, meaning peer-reviewed academic journal articles).   Each of the four sections of your paper should have at least one peer-reviewed article associated with it.

Important:  I recommend that for each significant event, you spend 50% of that section describing the event, and 50% elaborating on the psychological theory and/or article that explains the issue.  Thus, you could spend one or two paragraphs describing the event, then one or two paragraphs explaining how it relates to a journal article and theory.  Some students get caught up in describing events in their lives and give short shrift to the academic side of the paper.  Please be aware of this tendency and devote at least 50% of the paper to research and theory.  Feel free to use section headings as well, as they tend to provide wonderful organization to a paper of this nature (e.g., Divorce, Making the Cheerleading Squad, Peers, etc.).

Your paper should be six to eight pages long, excluding the title and reference pages, and all in-text citations and references should be formatted in proper APA style. This case study will count as 30 percent of your overall grade.

 

 

 

***I need somone with strong writing skills*** Preferably Psychology/Sociology emphasis who can format references APA style

****I do read reviews before handshake****