PSY 211 Literature WorksheetThis worksheet will be completed using all three of the articles for your chosen track and will inform the literature review section of your final project submission. Each

PSY 211 Literature Worksheet

This worksheet will be completed using all three of the articles for your chosen track and will inform the literature review section of your final project submission. Each category requires 2 to 3 sentences, but you may include more if necessary.

·         In Module One, you will complete only the Article One section and submit it to your instructor for feedback.

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·         In Module Three, you will have to complete all three sections (Article One, Article Two, and Article Three) of this worksheet and submit it. Make sure to incorporate your instructor’s feedback from Article One.

Make sure to use the Example Literature Worksheet as a guide when working on your Module One and Module Three submissions.

Article One

Citation of Literature

[Include the citation of the reviewed resource in APA format.]

Authors’ Claims

[What claims did the authors make in the study you reviewed?]

Influence of Factors on Human Development

[What factors (physical, social, environmental) influenced development in the study? Describe those factors and discuss which ones had positive influences and which ones had negative influences.]

Historical Significance

[Explain how the article’s findings affect the historical evolution of developmental psychology. What conclusions did you reach about developmental psychology from the article?]

Research Methods and Design

[What were the specific methods used to address the authors’ research question? What type of research design was used and how was it used to conduct the research?]

Ethics

[How were ethics addressed in the studies? Were the studies conducted ethically? Why or why not? How do they fit in with the view of ethics over the history of human development?]

Article Two

Citation of Literature

[Include the citation of the reviewed resource in APA format.]

Authors’ Claims

[What claims did the authors make in the study you reviewed?]

Influence of Factors on Human Development

[What factors (physical, social, environmental) influenced development in the study? Describe those factors and discuss which ones had positive influences and which ones had negative influences.]

Historical Significance

[Explain how the article’s findings affect the historical evolution of developmental psychology. What conclusions did you reach about developmental psychology from the article?]

Research Methods and Design

[What were the specific methods used to address the authors’ research question? What type of research design was used and how was it used to conduct the research?]

Ethics

[How were ethics addressed in the studies? Were the studies conducted ethically? Why or why not? How do they fit in with the view of ethics over the history of human development?]

Article Three

Citation of Literature

[Include the citation of the reviewed resource in APA format.]

Authors’ Claims

[What claims did the authors make in the study you reviewed?]

Influence of Factors on Human Development

[What factors (physical, social, environmental) influenced development in the study? Describe those factors and discuss which ones had positive influences and which ones had negative influences.]

Historical Significance

[Explain how the article’s findings affect the historical evolution of developmental psychology. What conclusions did you reach about developmental psychology from the article?]

Research Methods and Design

[What were the specific methods used to address the authors’ research question? What type of research design was used and how was it used to conduct the research?]

Ethics

[How were ethics addressed in the studies? Were the studies conducted ethically? Why or why not? How do they fit in with the view of ethics over the history of human development?]