Literature Review Draft
In addition to the other helpful links provided in Resources, we recommend you use an organizing tool from the Capella University Library Services and Tools page, such as the Scholarly Research Log, to help you track the theories, methods, and findings of the articles you have read.
Note: Be sure to post your draft of the literature review in the Unit 4 discussion and incorporate feedback from your instructor and peers before submitting this assignment.
For this assignment, submit the current draft of your literature review for instructor feedback and grading. Using your literature search question (LSQ), the annotated bibliography, and the abstracted outline to support your review, identify themes that emerge from your analysis of what we know so far about your topic. Use these themes to describe how your research builds on prior knowledge.
For instance, if your LSQ is What does the literature in psychology tell us about the utility of treating mild depression in adults with a combination of synchronous and asynchronous labyrinth walking and cognitive behavioral therapy? you might discuss literature that covers the themes of exercise and depression, cognitive behavioral therapy and depression, walking meditation and depression, mindfulness and depression, and so on. Do not organize the paper by referencing each article sequentially; your task is to synthesize concepts pertinent to the LSQ from the articles selected for this review.
Plan to identify articles and research that:
o Describe chosen area of research and provide rationale for choice.
o Describe significance of chosen topic:
Â§ Explain and justify the implications of the new knowledge for stakeholders, including community members and those who serve the population.
o Summarize sources applicable to the history of chosen topic:
Discuss historical context and dominant themes in the evolution of the topic; connect common themes and present counter-opinions.
o Summarize sources applicable to the theoretical background of the chosen topic:
Provide information about theoretical underpinnings such as empirical/behavioral or constructivist and humanistic orientations of the literature reviewed.
Consider theory in light of seminal works by theorists such as Urie Bronfenbrenner, Sigmund Freud, B.F. Skinner, Carol Gilligan, Jean Piaget, Erving Goffman, and Clark Moustakas.
o Summarize sources applicable to best practices for engaging in research:
Describe data collection strategies, research procedures, and approaches for conducting and reporting research.
o Summarize sources that add significance and relevance to the knowledge base of psychology:
Indicate how the chosen sources help investigators identify topics that are well understood and other topics that represent gaps in the knowledge base and the need for further study.
Create a scenario that illustrates the need for new research.
o Articulate guidelines of the profession applicable to ethical conduct in research practice:
Demonstrate ethical conduct associated with the protection of research subject vulnerabilities such as the need for data privacy.
o Identify practices and research guidelines that address respect for individual differences and diversity:
Address individual variation and diversity within and across groups. For example, when writing about marriage and family therapy, acknowledge research choices that exclude or include subgroups such as gay and lesbian families or families of particular racial, ethnic, or cultural compositions.
o Adhere to APA style and formatting guidelines, including concise and well-organized writing:
Organization of paper enhances the message and supporting points; writing reflects the quality and expertise expected for academic work.
Organizes and summarizes sources thematically.
Your task is to present current considerations important to investigators and to indicate ramifications for stakeholders who rely on the current knowledge base.
Use illustrative examples to explain and highlight key concepts. Good reviewers share evidence-based assessments of the current state of knowledge with their audiences.
This assignment is one component of the integrated project. It is expected that you will refine this literature review before submitting the final project.
Format your assignment as follows:
o Table of contents.
o Title page.
o Chapter headings (should start on new page).
o Font: New Times Roman, 12 point, double spaced.
o APA: Use APA format and style throughout, including citations.
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Attachment begins at an early age. This week’s lesson describes attachment as a “strong tie of affection formed between the child and the parent or main caregiver” (CHFD308, APUS). An example of that is when infants become attached to their mother by forming a special bond. When the mother feeds and holds the infant, the infant feels safe and cared for. When the infant gets hungry he/she will long for the special person that has formed a safe and loving bond with them.
It’s important for the parents and caregivers to form a trusted relationship with the infant. Parenting styles are related to many psychological outcomes for children (CHFD308, APUS). When the parent or caregiver responds to the infant with “sensitive care”, this “reduces uncertainty” for the child and helps build an attachment between the two (CHFD308, APUS). There is trust in the infant when they learn that caregivers “will respond” to his/her actions and be “comforted” (CHFD308, APUS). Children need to have healthy relationship’s and attachment with their daily caregivers for their “well-being throughout life” (CHFD308, APUS). The child’s psychological development is influenced by “biological traits and experiences in the environment” (CHFD308, APUS). Parents and caregivers are the main people that will spend the majority of their time with a child. Children that experience safe and loving attachments to others at an early age will learn to apply those experiences later in life. These positive interactions will guide them to achieve a healthy social and emotional life.
If attachment does not securely develop, the child will not trust certain people and may not feel loved or safe. Children “may withdraw and avoid social or emotional contact with others” (CHFD308, APUS). If the child does not overcome these psychosocial conflicts, the experiences can have long lasting effects on the child’s life. An example is growing up with “self doubt” as an adult (CHFD308, APUS). Obtaining “secure attachment” is important and gained through “early experiences and care” (CHFD308, APUS).
CHFD308. APUS (n.d.). Emotional and Social Development. Cognitive Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood. Retrieved from https://apus.realizeithome.com
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Attachment in children is a that bond they build so string with a parent, grandparent, caregiver, etc. That bond is a close one for the little child as they use that as their comfort. There a few different levels of attachment that a child could show. They have the secure attachment which is a little lesser of an attachment. The child will walk around and explore the room while the person they are attached to is present but once they leave they show signs of sadness. The next is avoidance attachment. This attachment is where they are solely attached to that one persona and they will cry and throw fits when that person is gone. There are 2 other ones but these 2 seem to be the most prominent.
Forming healthy attachments is good for the child because they are able to have those relationships with them forever as long as they carry them. It is also good for them because they will have that sense of love and people being there for them.
If they do not form attachments properly some of things that I had mentioned could happen. They could grow up developing improper relationships as well as having avoidance and not wanting to be around people etc. It is very important that we develop good and healthy relationships. You do not want them to attached because that can cause problems but you also do not want them distant. It is a fine line to walk and is important to maintain.
My son and I have developed a great bond. He is only 6 months but we have a really tight bond. He is not so much as attached to me as he can go without seeing my wife or I. However he lights up when we walk in and gets happy seeing us.
Becker-Weidman, A. (2013, November 20). The Four Patterns of Attachment in Children. Retrieved from https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/patterns-of-attachment/
Learning, L. (n.d.). Lifespan Development. Retrieved from https://courses.lumenlearning.com/suny-lifespandevelopment2/chapter/psychosocial-development-and-attachment/
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When considering your understanding of attachment from previous courses/concepts, what were you most surprised to discover when reviewing it in this course and comparing it to psychological development? What are the various components of attachment and what role can parents/caregivers take to ensure the most appropriate form?
Answer the following questions using the text, the University Library, the Internet, and other appropriate resources. Your responses should be 175 to 260 words each.
1. How would you describe personality to a person who has no knowledge of the field of personality psychology?
2. What are the main tenets of the psychoanalytic perspective of personality? What do all psychoanalytic theories have in common?
Complete the following table:
Main components of his theory (90 words minimum)
Significant differences between the two (90 words minimum)
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There are two sections 400 Words Each
In 400 words, choose 7 terms from the that had a significant impact on your understanding of developmental Psychology. Define these terms and tell me why these terms had such an impact your your understanding of Psychology.
In 400 words, choose 7 terms (different from the ones above) that you think will play a major role in shaping your future. Define each term and tell me why you feel that these 7 terms will play a major role in shaping your future.
See attached, answer Questions 1-22 in a paragraph long. I need it by Monday 6pm PST/
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You wake up to your vehicle having a flat tire and will be approximately fifteen (15) minutes late to your Friday morning meeting. Your boss is away from her office, so you know the quickest way to reach her is via text message. Compose and send a text to your manager notifying her of this situation.
Create a text message in which you: Construct a text message in two to three (2-3) complete sentences. Target the appropriate professional audience. Use appropriate language for professional audience. Follow appropriate netiquette rules for electronic communication. (See Text, Email, and Netiquette section in this week’s chapter reading.) Meet fifty (50) word minimum requirement. Use correct sentence mechanics, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style.
Your assignment must follow these APA formatting requirements: Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required length. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:Demonstrate understanding of the basic fundamentals of communication. Develop and practice communication skills, including verbal, nonverbal, listening, writing, interpersonal, perception, and critical thinking. Use various electronic communication platforms in academic and professional work. Relate to the interpersonal and organizational dynamics that affect effective communication in organizations. Analyze and assess effective communication. Use correct sentence mechanics, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style. Use technology and information resources to research issues in communications. Write clearly and concisely about communications using proper writing mechanics.
What about using appraisals for training indicators? That training might be remedial, or it could be for expanding the position, or moving the employee to a higher level.
If the performance evaluation points to deficits that I certainly think the sooner these evaluations are done, and the more frequent, the better for both the employee and the employer. If you were bringing on a new hire how often might you do a performance appraisal?