Psychology Homework: Case Study 4
- Access the Good, Bad, and Loving Case Studiesmultimedia to choose which case study you want to focus on and the social psychology theory, behavioral ethics concept, and critical thinking concept you have identified as being embedded in your case study.
- Use the Capella library to find two scholarly journal articles related to the social psychology theory you chose. You may choose to use one of the following articles as one of the two you are required to use:
- Reciprocity: Mahmoodi, A., Bahrami, B., & Mehring, C. (2018). Reciprocity of social influence. Nature Communications, 9(1), 1–9.
- Unrequited Love: Bamford, R. (2015). Unrequited: Neurochemical enhancement of love. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 24(3), 355–360.
- Social Exchange Theory: Fallis, E. E., Rehman, U. S., Woody, E. Z., & Purdon, C. (2016). The longitudinal association of relationship satisfaction and sexual satisfaction in long-term relationships. Journal of Family Psychology, 30(7), 822–831.
Create a PowerPoint presentation. Be sure to use the Notes area to provide further explanation of each of your slides. In your presentation, include the following:
- Summarize the case study (1 slide).
- Describe credible and scholarly sources, relevant to a particular theory (1–2 slides).
- Apply a social psychological theory to a chosen case study (2–3 slides).
- Explain how social psychological research studies relate to a particular social psychological theory (2–3 slides).
- Apply an ethical reasoning concept to a chosen case study (2–3 slides).
- Apply a critical thinking concept to a chosen case study (2–3 slides).
- Conclusion (1 slide).
- Demonstrate an academic writing style through well-organized prose that follows assessment guidelines.
- Demonstrate compliance with APA style, citation, and referencing guidelines.
- Written communication: Should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
- APA formatting: References and citations are formatted according to current APA style guidelines.
- Resources: Minimum of 2 scholarly or professional resources.
- Length: Minimum of 11 slides plus a title slide and a reference slide.
You have selected:
Social Psychology Theory – Reciprocity: The obligation to return in kind what another has done for us.
Behavioral Ethics Concept – Causing Harm: Causing harm explores the different types of harm that may be caused to people or groups and the potential reasons we may have for justifying these harms.
Critical Thinking Concept – Confidence in Reason: Having confidence that your interests and those of mankind are best served by reasoning.
Behavioral Ethics Concept – Fairmindedness: Awareness of the need to treat all viewpoints alike without reference to our own or vested interests.