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317407
SUBJECT AREA Psychology
DOCUMENT TYPE Article
CREATED ON 20th November 2017
COMPLETED ON 21st November 2017
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Article Review on: The Social Psychology of Love and Attraction

Create an Critique of a Research on the chosen Journal: Braxton-Davis, Princess (2010) "The Social Psychology of Love and Attraction," McNair Scholars Journal: Vol. 14: Iss. 1, Article 2. https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1235&context=mcnair *****Instructions and Rubric are attached***** The goal of this activity is to give you an opportunity to apply whatever you learned in this course in evaluating a research paper. You might have done some article summaries or even critical evaluation of some resources. However, this activity is unique because you evaluate a research article from a methodology perspective. For this assignment you summarize and evaluate the article. In the critique section, you evaluate the article using the following grading criteria. Grading criteria for research critique The critique part should be 3-5 pages similar to the following examples in APA style. Your critique should be longer than your summary and you pay special attention to the design and procedure. Your grade on this assignment is based on your answer the following questions. There is a long list of questions. You don’t have to address all questions. However, you should address highlighted questions. Some questions are relevant to this article some are not. I listed so many questions simply because I’d like you to learn what to look for in evaluating a research article. The format of your paper should NOT be like a Q & A list. Instead, you should integrate your answers into an essay format similar to the given examples. Main questions including: • What is (are) the research problem(s)? • What is (are) the research question(s) (or hypothesis)? • Is the research important? Why? • In your own words what methods and procedures were used? Evaluate the methods and procedures. • Describe the sample used in this study. • Describe the reliability and validity of all the instruments used. • What type of research is this? Explain. • How was the data analyzed? • What is (are) the major finding(s)? are these findings important? • What do you suggest to improve this research? Things to also include in article: -what type of study is it? (case study, longitudinal, experimental, correlational) -independent variable -dependent variable -validity -reliability - Work Cited Page: Should include where you found the journal at
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