Consider the discussion question (you may choose more than one, up to 3) and how it applies to daily life. See what you can find in current peer-reviewed research articles to support the ideas you decide to discuss. You can find FREE journal articles via the library database. The librarians are available via chat or email to help assist you with your searches and pointers on APA formatting.
Note: You are not required to include an abstract. If you do include an abstract, please review formatting to ensure you are submitting a correctly formatted one.
Some examples of the discussion questions found in the Lindberg textbook include:
What challenges do you see that daily-life researchers may face in their studies? How can they be overcome?
How do you think smartphones and other mobile electronic devices will change psychological research? What are their promises for the field? And what are their pitfalls?
Pick a psychological phenomenon that you would like to know more about. What specific hypothesis would you like to test? What psychophysiological methods might be appropriate for testing this hypothesis and why?
What is behind the expression “use your gray matter,” and why is it not entirely accurate?
If you were interested in the precise time in which a particular brain process occurred, which neuroscience methods could you use?
Discuss the role of evolution in understanding what humans call “love” or other forms of prosociality.
What are common features of the biochemistry of “love” and “safety,” and why are these important to human health?
Name 3–4 environmental factors that influence the epigenome and describe their effects.
Do you think omnivores, herbivores, or carnivores have a better chance at survival?
The extensive network of multisensory areas and neurons in the cortex implies that much perceptual processing occurs in the context of multiple inputs. Could the processing of unimodal information ever be useful? Why or why not?
Would you rather have a really good memory or really good metacognition? How might you train someone to develop better metacognition if he or she doesn’t have a very good memory, and what would be the consequences of that training.
Use these discussion questions from the textbook to help you explore ideas for your paper. They discuss current trends in biopsychological research and are relevant to our course.
Pick one – three (1-3) of these discussion questions from the text and discuss how you feel this research has added to the area of biopsychology. What answers do you propose to the discussion questions?
Discuss: What implications does the research have for your personal or professional life? What are some ethical, cultural (i.e. gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, religious), global, or legal issues related to the research you are discussing?
Use at least two (2) peer-reviewed journal articles for your project from the last 5 years.
Submit a complete first draft of your paper so that your peer reviewer can offer you feedback on your writing. Points will be assigned for this assignment AFTER you complete the review you are assigned to complete. This assignment it aimed at helping you improve your work and those of your peers, as well. Please be thorough in your comments. Be sure to add your comments in the rubric provided via the gradebook.
Your paper should be at least 2-3 pages in length. Be sure to use APA formatting in your writing. You can become more familiar with these guidelines by reviewing the following resources:
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