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Learning Outcomes
You will analyze one social process in every day life and use a social psychological concept to explain this process.
You will provide a short proposal for a way to scientifically examine this concept in more detail.
Finally, you will Present this social process and proposal to the class on the final day.
Unit / Module Level
To identify and apply social psychological concepts to every day life.
To apply a research process to the application of the concept.
Introduction to Social Interaction (10 points): Explanation/Definition of a social psychological problem/situation/interaction in the media/social media that you would like to explore: Briefly present and summarize this reported social interaction. You may use a short video (no longer than 1 minute), but you need to explain the potential psychological advantage of exploring this interaction.
Social Psychological Concepts (15 points): Identify and explain a principle, concept or theory from social psychology that could provide an explanation for the interaction. This must include the definition and relevance of the concept.
Main Body (25 points): The concept must be explained using a minimum of 2 primary academic articles, this includes support for the social psychological concept, and/or critiques of the concept. This section should also include an evaluation of this concept and why you believe this concept is or is not relevant to you personally, or socially (i.e. culturally and in “modern” times).
Proposal (25 points):This portion can be in list format. You will outline the design a PROPOSAL FOR AN EXPERIMENT that empirically tests your proposed explanation. Your experiment should aim to examine the identified principle (including the concept, how you would measure it, on whom, and why) in a context that is ecologically valid for the social situation (in other words, in a context that is not so controlled that it would not occur in real life). (You need to identify the variables, controls, and potentially 3-5 steps/procedures for how this study might look.
APA Citation and References (15 points). In APA formatting, including date that article was retrieved. Articles must be academic or research based (must have an abstract, introduction, methodology, findings, discussion, and conclusion sections and published in a recognized research journal). No literature reviews, texts, or articles in popular magazines.
Grammar (10 points)
Please include your name and student ID number in the name of your file.
What to Turn in
Type-Written Essay in APA Format
750-900 words, 1-inch margins all around, double spaced, roman size 12 font, every page should have a page number.
Cover page with student name and number, date, and title of the paper in the centre of the paper.
Paper itself with any major sub-headings it might need.
Reference page with a minimum of 2 primary academic papers.
To be turned in online in pdf format so it can keep your formatting, with your name_studentnumber_Title.pdf in the title: reniravellos_7262563_bystandereffect.pdf
OTHER expectations:
Critical Thinking: Critical thinking involves the mental process of observation, analysis, and evaluation. Critical thinking typically involves an objective observation, followed by an analysis of the event, which ties in class material and scholarly sources to these observations. In Social Psychology it is important to apply the multi-dimensional approach to analysis of social psychological issues.
Using Scholarly Sources/Primary Sources: You are required to have 3-5 Scholarly sources. Scholarly sources are distinguishable from other popular sources because the publications are peer reviewed. Primary sources are a source that comes directly from the author, such as a blog post or journal entry.
A Well-Constructed Cohesive Argument: Your essay must have a clearly identifiable thesis statement with an argument that holds through the essay.
It is essential for the writer to display critical thinking, as well as the ability to tie in class material and outside scholarly (or primary) sources to the piece. You need to provide the opposing argument to be discussed, and why this argument could be both valid and wrong. Your writing must provide evidence that you understand the material, are able to reflect upon it in a way that demonstrates this understanding, and can create an argument supporting a thesis.
“College Level Writing”: College level writing means that you are able to:
o Use correct punctuation
o Use proper grammar
o Address the appropriate audience for the assignment
o Write in an appropriate voice (Ask yourself: Is the “I” voice okay for the assignment? Should it be geared towards a more formal audience?)
APA Citation: Human Development is a social science, and therefore follows the guidelines set by the American Psychological Association on citation. For more information, see the APA citation page or visit the WLC website: (Links to an external site.)
Integrating Theory: Writing in any area of higher education requires theoretical frameworks. You need to demonstrate that you understand, can define and can apply concepts from social psychology as they pertain to everyday social interactions.
APA Style Citation
APA In-text Citation and Referencing Style
This sheet summarizes American Psychological Association (APA) style for paper formatting and in-text citation, as published in the sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. APA is only one of a number of popular styles for formatting, which are generally used according to discipline, but you should always use the methods and variations preferred by your professor. For more complete style information, refer to sixth edition of the Publication Manual of the APA or visit the OWL at Purdue at and refer to the APA 2009 Formatting and Style Guide.

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