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no sources. One time during the term you will write a short “Apply It” paper. Fo
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no sources. One time during the term you will write a short “Apply It” paper. Fo
no sources. One time during the term you will write a short “Apply It” paper. For this paper you are to relate something from “the real world” to a specific life-span development concept. Choose something you have experienced, watched or read and show how your situation illustrates your chosen life-span concept. Anything from outside the classroom is fair game – something you watched on Youtube.com, a conversation you had with your roommate, something you experienced as a child, an article you read in the Wall Street Journal … anything! Your job is to relate what you experienced, read or saw to a concept you read about in your text or that we discussed in class. Your minimum content requirements are as follows: Define, in your own words, the pertinent psychological concept in the introduction. If you would like to use a concept discussed in class/text but are not sure if it is appropriate, please run it by me first during office hours via Zoom or by e-mail. Please choose a concept(s) that is substantial enough to write at length. Briefly describe your “real world” situation. Finally, show how your situation illustrates your chosen concept (i.e. link them together). Your paper can be on a topic from any of the assigned chapters. Your minimum formatting requirements are as follows: Each typed paper should be 2-4 pages long double-spaced, Have one-inch margins, and twelve-point font. Be in Times New Roman or Calibri (no strange font styles) Your full name, professor name, class name, and date should be included in the upper left hand corner of your paper.

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