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PSYC 205 Child Development (Main)

Professor Elizabeth Kim, Fall 2020

Final Project

"In this project you will have the opportunity to use your knowledge of child development to design a book, toy, app, or television program aimed at enhancing children's development."

  • You will need to be able to navigate the psychology databases to find the information you need to write your paper.
  • You may cite information from your textbook primarily as background material; if you cite your textbook, it must be included on the reference page.
  • You will need to have a total of at least ten scholarly references for your paper (if you have three group members, eight references are required); your textbook is not a scholarly reference, it is an educational reference.
  • None of your scholarly references may be websites.
  • You may use original empirical or review articles from scholarly journals.
  • You may use a maximum of 4 scholarly chapters or books (three if you have three group members)."