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Final Project: Final Paper Overview

Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior (PSYC - 6238 - 1)

(12–15 pages: Not including title page and references)

For the Final Project, select an area of cognitive psychology that interests you.

Beginning in Week 1 of the course, start your review of current literature and research. You may select from a variety of areas of cognitive psychology and proceed with Instructor approval of your outline, which is due on Day 7 of Week 4.

Week 4: Final Paper Outline

This outline is due on Day 7 of Week 4.

Select a Final Paper research topic. In a 1- to 3-page document, describe your topic and provide an outline of your final paper. Include a bibliography with at least five references that you intend to use.

Week 8: Draft of Final Paper

This draft is due on Day 7 of Week 8. Your completed Final Paper will be due on Day 7 of Week 10.
The draft should be at least 5 pages, or one-half the length of the Final Paper. It should consist of fully developed topic sentences. It should also include a list of at least 10 references. These references should be original sources, not course material. References must also be in APA format. (Be sure to incorporate Instructor feedback into your Final Paper.)

Week 10: Final Paper

The Final Paper is due on Day 7 of Week 10. Your review of the literature on cognitive psychology should be 12–15 pages long, exclusive of references.

The Final Paper should be a review of current literature and research on an area of cognitive psychology that is of interest to you. The Final Paper should include at least ten sources, in addition to any course material used in its preparation. A minimum of five sources should be peer-reviewed articles published within the last five years.

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