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CDV360 California State Assessing Cognitive Social & Emotional Development of Adolescent paper

CDV360

California State University Fullerton

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I’m studying for my Writing class and need an explanation.

I need you to interview one person age 13-25 and make 10 interview questions. Make sure you read the extra information provided

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CDV 360: Adolescence Final Research Paper This is a final individual research paper. For this paper, students will interview an adolescent or an emerging adult (13 to 25 years old). There will be a template interview protocol available on Blackboard that can act as an interview script to guide the interview process. Students will summarize the interview process (questions along with the interviewee’s responses) and connect their analysis to theoretical perspectives or concepts discussed in this course and covered in the textbook. The final research paper must be 4-5 pages (excluding the title page and reference list), in 12-point Times New Roman, 1” margins all around, double-spaced, and following APA guidelines. Students will upload their paper along with the interview transcript on the Turnitin link provided on Blackboard by the due date and time. Final Research Paper is due Week 15: Monday, December 2, 2019 on Turnitin at the beginning of class. A more detailed description of this assignment will be made available on Blackboard. For rules on APA formatting or for a sample APA paper, follow this link: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/ge neral_format.html For a sample APA paper, follow this link: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/apa _sample_paper.html You should also be referring the to the American Psychological Association (APA) 6th edition manual. Make sure to submit this report via the Turnitin link available in the Week 15 folder by Week 15: Monday, December 2, 2019 at 7:00pm. Major Paper Sections Description Points Title Page Should include: • Running head • Title • Author • Institution 5 pts. Abstract (250 words) Your abstract should be a brief summary of your full paper. It should include at least one sentence on each of the sections of your paper. 10 pts. The introduction presents the problem/issue/topic that the paper addresses. CDV 360: Adolescence • • Introduction (1 page) Methods (1/2 page) • Introduce the significance of the topic/concept/issue that you are focusing on for this paper. You can provide evidence in the form of statistical trends from outside sources (i.e., reports from education, health websites, etc.). Evidence should also come from literature in the field of child development/psychology (i.e., outside journal articles, scholars that were mentioned in your textbook, or the author of the textbook). o You need to provide a minimum of 3 sources that relate to the topic at hand, in addition to the Arnett textbook. 20 pts. Participants Provide a thorough breakdown of your participant. • Who did you interview? (e.g., information on race/ethnicity, sex, age, etc.) • To maintain confidentiality, please ensure to protect the adolescent/emerging adult you interview by providing them with a pseudonym (or “fake name”). • Make sure to have the adolescent/emerging adult fill out a consent form (agreeing to participate in the interview). 10 pts. Procedures • Provide a breakdown of how you conducted the interview. How long did it take (e.g., 15 minute intervals, 1 hour for 2 weeks, etc.)? Was it a structured interview or unstructured? • Give us an explanation of how interviews work (from our lecture on research methods). • What are the benefits and limitations of conducting interviews? • Where did the interview occur? After collecting your observation data: • Findings (2 page) • Provide us with explicit examples from your interview? o What were the discussion points that really struck out? Why? What do you make of these findings in your own words? 30 pts. CDV 360: Adolescence To conclude, • • • Discussion/Conclusion (1-2 page) • • • Appendix • • Reference List • • Restate the issue/topic/concept that you introduced at the beginning of your paper. Reiterate the significance of this topic/issue. If you introduced empirical research in the introduction, how do your findings from the interview support/contradict work that is already available in the field of child development/psychology? What is the take home message from your interview? How should we continue to examine this topic/issue during adolescence? 10 pts. Should include interview protocol and notes from 10 pts. interview. Consent form will not be attached to the Appendix Section to maintain participants’ anonymity. You will turn in a hard copy of this at the beginning of class the day the Final Research Paper is due. Provide a list of references for scholarly works that you cited in your paper (i.e., you can cite outside sources or scholars from the textbook; or the textbook itself). These need be to cited in APA format. Please review the APA manual and/or the OWL Purdue website. 5 pts. TOTAL POINTS = 100 pts. CDV 360: Adolescence Appendix A Interviewee: (Pseudonym/fake name) Interviewed by: Date: Time: Location: Interview Template Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed. I’m looking forward to our conversation. I’m just going to ask you a couple of questions and you don’t have to answer any that you don’t feel comfortable answering. These should serve as guiding questions ONLY. You will have to come up with questions that will give you answers related to your interview topic, which you will then connect to course material. For example, if you wish to focus on peers and friends, then you might want to develop questions related to friendships. Make sure to replace these questions with your own interview questions: 1. Can you tell me more about yourself? a. Tell me about who you are. 2. Can you share some of your life history? 3. Let’s talk about your experiences in middle/high school. a. Who are your favorite teachers? b. What are your favorite subjects, and why? 4. What does a day in the life of STUDENT NAME look like? At school, at home, or in your community? 5. Have you experienced any negative events in school? a. When and what happened? 6. How are your experiences in the community? a. Do you encounter more positive or more negative experiences where you live? 7. At home, how would you describe your family? 8. Can you describe the life of a student at SCHOOL NAME? Well, thank you so much for your time. It’ s been a pleasure interviewing you and asking you some of these questions. Do you have any questions for me? The remainder of your questions should focus on your topic of interest, which needs to connect to one of the topics we have covered in class over the course of the semester (i.e., friendships, family relationships, cultural beliefs, etc.). I would say you do not need more than 10 general questions, but you are encouraged to add questions that further probe adolescents’ or emerging adults’ responses. CDV 360: Adolescence Participant Consent Form Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine: (FILL IN HERE with your research question) _____________________________________________________________________________. Voluntary Nature of the Study/Confidentiality: Your participation in this study is entirely voluntary and you may refuse to answer any questions that make you uncomfortable or that ask sensitive information. You may also stop at any time and ask any questions you may have. Your name will never be connected to information you choose to share. You will receive a pseudonym (fake name) to maintain your anonymity and for confidentiality purposes. Contacts and Questions: If you have any questions at any point in time, you may contact me at (provide your EMAIL). Statement of Consent: I have read the above information and I consent to participate in this study. Name of Participant_________________________________________Date: __________ (please print) Signature of Participant ____________________________________________ Age: (Note: If under 18 years of age, please retain parent/guardian consent). Name of Parent/Guardian (if adolescent is under 18) ________________________Date:_______ (please print) Signature of Parent/Guardian: ____________________________________________ Thank you so much for your participation! ...
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Running Head: COGNITIVE, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Assessing the Cognitive, Social and Emotional Development of an Adolescent

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COGNITIVE, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Abstract
The psychology of child development does not only deal with the physical development of the
child. It goes farther to explore the cognitive, language and literacy, social, and emotional
development of the individual. Since adolescence can be a stage of either disorientation or
discovery, it is important to focus on understanding this development stage for best parenting
practices. This paper narrows down to the cognitive, social, and emotional development aspects of
adolescence. This study was conducted on a 13-year old female who was a grade 8 student at the
PS 50 Queens school at 143-26 101st Avenue, Jamaica, in Queens County, New York City. Data
were collected through interview method, through the use of self-administered unstructured
questionnaires. The questionnaire was structured into three sections; Section A sought general
information on the subject, Section B sought information on cognitive abilities while Section C
sought information on social and emotional intelligence. Bray has a good ability to learn a foreign
language, and she can read and write well. She also has good spelling and public speaking abilities.
She can organize her mathematical algorithm inside her brain; she can complete her equation while
thinking about it in her brain. Bray displays awareness of her own emotions. She also has that level
of the ability to understand and respond to the others. This study recommends that teachers and
parents play a critical role in understanding the child development stages and adopt the best
practices. It suggests that future research should focus on a wider scope.

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COGNITIVE, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Introduction
The psychology of child development does not only deal with the physical development
of the child. It goes farther to explore the cognitive, language and literacy, social, and emotional
development of the individual (McLeod, 2013). Adolescence is a child development stage that
marks a transition from childhood to adulthood. Therefore, there is a need for specific and
special attention to individuals at this developmental stage. Since adolescents can be a stage of
either disorientation or discovery, it is important to focus on understanding this development
stage for best parenting practices. This paper narrows down to t...

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