Project #84821 - Psychology Paper #3


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http://www.learner.org/resources/series138.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Film link: http://www.learner.org/series/discoveringpsychology/22/e22expand.html

 

 

 

A complete paper will be about 7 paragraphs long, an introduction, 5 paragraphs with the film content, and a wrap-up/concluding paragraph. Please do NOT give an exhaustive summary of the video. Instead, describe in the body of the paper 5 or 6 specific points found in the film, preferably a simulation or a research demonstration, and explain how each point relates to a section or topic in the book (Give page citation like this, Wade, Tavris, & Garry, 2015, p. xxx). All tie-ins must be from the text. This is where you show your familiarity with the text and ability to synthesize. Focus on the research segments of the film whenever possible. Tie-ins are essential to maximizing your credit for your film paper. You will receive no more than half credit if you simply cover film material.

 

 

As with all work for this course, if you submit copied or quoted wording from the film or the textbook, you will receive no credit.

 

chapter 12: film number 22. Psychotherapy.

 

 

 

 

 

Criteria For Paper

 

 

 

A set of film notes is at least 7 paragraphs long.

 

Opening paragraph with title of film and purpose of viewing and paper. 1 point if not given.

 

Body contains at least 5 paragraphs, each at least four sentences long.

 

Each paragraph in the body, a note, accurately describes a film segment, usually a research segment or simulation, sometimes a factual observation.

 

Tie-ins: Each paragraph/note includes author (date, page) citation of relevant material or principle from the text, with an explanation of why the principle is relevant. Personal examples may be used as a tie-in for up to two of the notes, but most of the tie-ins must come from the text, thereby demonstrating familiarity with the text material. Citations should look like this (Wade, Tavris, & Garry, 2015, p. xxx).

 

Notes are distributed from material throughout the video, and don't cover just the first few segments of the film.

 

Each note is worth 1 point for presenting the information from the film and the tie-in.

 

Paper has a concluding paragraph that tells what the paper did. 1 point if not given.

 

Paper is written in the writer's own words without copied or quoted wording from the film, text, or other source. 1 point for each quotation or verbatim passage 4 or more words identical to the source.

 

Paper includes a references section with the text in APA format. See below for proper format.

 

Paper is free of writing errors in grammar, syntax, spelling, punctuation, etc. 1 point for each 2 writing errors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

References

 

 

 

Wade, C., Tavris, C., & Garry, M. (2012). Invitation to psychology (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Zimbardo, P. (2001). Discovering psychology: Film X (give number). Title of film. Boston, MA: WGBH

 

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