Critically Analyzing Professional Literature on Your Own

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When reading professional articles, it is important to challenge the article’s validity by considering such questions as:

  • What errors are there in the reasoning behind the article?
  • Is the author attempting to put forward a particular theoretical view of the world?
  • What kinds of evidence does the author muster in support of this view?
  • How adequate is the evidence?
  • What would you have liked to have seen in the article with respect to arguments or evidence that was not there?

Select a topic in psychology that interests you. Then, visit the Library research databases and search in the PsycINFO database for an article on the topic you selected. Review the article using a critical thinking perspective.

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Hadizza8690
School: UC Berkeley

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Running head: CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF A PROFFESIONAL LITERATURE

Critical Analysis of a Professional Literature
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CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF A PROFFESIONAL LITERATURE

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The article “Wealth, Poverty, and Happiness: Social Class Is Differentially Associated
with Positive Emotions” by Paul Piff, and Jake Moskowitz gives insightful information of the
relationship between the happiness and satisfaction of people and their social and economic
status. According to the authors, there is a big relationship between the degree of happiness of an
individual and their wealth. The author’s main point is that the more wealth a person has, the
more they are likely to live a happier life and also have a good social environment. However, a
person who lives in poverty is likely to experience much less level of happiness and also have a
low social involvement. However, even though the authors show research that shows a great
relat...

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