Emotion Essay APA 6th edition (Under1500 words)

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Emotion Essay Due 21st April 2017 Answer the topic in less than 1500 words, In APA 6th Edition formatting, and referencing. Please answer these questions: 1. Explain emotion and outline psychological research into emotion that tries to decide nature versus nurture influences 2. Define and explain emotions 3. Define and explain the philosophical debate: Nature versus nurture 4. Give research evidence that supports the nature argument [e.g. Ekman’s 22 nation cross-cultural study] 5. Give research evidence that supports the nurture argument [cultural differences in expressing emotions] 6. Summarize the evidence and conclude re nature/nurture and emotion This rubric will be used for self-assessment of Essay preparation and by markers for essay assessment CATEGORY Style & Format Overall presentation, spelling, grammar, sentence and paragraph construction Introduction Exemplary 3 points Presentable layout, essay heading, student details, correct spelling, grammar and sentences, paragraphs, smooth flow 3 points Sets the scene, explains Detail of essay topic clear and concise, meaning of topic, highlights main points defines key terms (definitions but no data/details) Proficient 2 points All parts of essay present, mostly correct spelling, grammar, etc., some difficulty in following logic Incomplete 1 point Some aspects of layout missing (e.g. title), spelling and grammar need moderate editing, essay does not flow Not competent 0 points Minimal attention to layout, spelling and grammar require considerable editing, ideas/ data unrelated, appears just listed 2 points 1 point 0 points Detail of essay topic is vague or wordy, highlights most points, definitions and no data/details Details of essay topic not clear, some points mentioned, definitions present but just listed Most facts/studies presented, mostly linked in a relevant manner to Some facts/studies Material presented has little relevance to the presented, not sufficient topic, few links are made to topic, order of to support essay, few data/studies haphazard linked to topic in Essay details not present, information not introduced, definitions missing, disjointed Body/Content Provides relevant studies to support issue, each fact/idea to be linked to topic to Facts/studies sufficient in number to support essay topic, each study/fact linked in a demonstrate relevance, relevant manner to topic, logical order Logical order important Rubric 1 Rubric 2 Rubric 3 Rubric 4 Rubric 5 Conclusion A logical summary of issue, evidence and application Quality of source, adequate in-text citation, and comprehensive list at end of essay relevant manner, listlike 3 points 2 points 1 point 0 points 3 points 2 points 1 point 0 points 3 points 2 points 1 point 0 points 3 points 2 points 1 point 0 points 3 points 2 points 1 point 0 points Clear summary of main points, restates linkages to topic and includes own thoughtful, expansive, applications / implications to topic 3 points Ability to reference topic, order could be improved Used a variety of resources, including formal academic works (books, journals). Cite references in text and complete a comprehensive reference list Summary of main points, does not completely link to topic, fails to include a strong, logical application/implications to topic 2 points Used a limited number of quality resources, some citation in text but not adequate, completed a reference list with only a few (significant) errors Summary of most Unrelated or new material in conclusion, not points, fails to linked to topic, own contribution not present adequately link to topic, does not provide own opinions on data 1 point Used limited range of resources, mostly low academic quality. Did not cite references in text and did not complete an adequate reference list 0 points Little evidence of wider reading. Did not cite references in text nor provide any reference list In-text referencing 3 points 2 points 1 point 0 points 3 points 2 points 1 point 0 points Reference list
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An emotion is an impulsive feeling emerging from an individual, thing or from experience. An
emotion is exceptional to each and every person, ideally established. It is actually a debated upon
that it is the lone rationale for therapeutic mediation. ( Psychology Topics AlleyDog.com 2017).
Nature vs Nurture is among the most aged controversies in the accounts of psychology. Both
have great ideas and it is quite difficult for one to make a determination if a person’s growth is
inclined in his DNA or is it inveigled by the life happenings and the environment. But at present
all we understand is they both perform a key part in human growth. Though we do not
understand yet if it is nature or nurture that we are matured primarily. In Nature, the codifying of
DNA in every cell in humans decides the diverse attributes we have especially the physical like
height, color, hair, and others. Nonetheless, it is still not noted if characteristics such as sexual
orientation and intelligence are in the DNA also. On the nature hypothesis, the issues against it
are like the gay gene which analyzes that gays are born that way. All the same behavioral genes
are confirmed to exist, an example is the congenial twins who exhibits the very same likeness in
conduct and reactions. ( Sarah Mae Sincero September 16, 2017)...

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