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Due 12/15/2016

Naturalistic Observation Final Paper Assessment for Week 9 Homework

Your paper must possess:
Chapter 1: Introduction o Introduction to the entire paper o Naturalistic Observation Idea Proposal Idea summary Learning expectation Population and observation location Chapter 2: Literature Review o Bibliography Summary of journal articles How the articles relate to study idea What was learned from the articles Chapter 3: Methodology o Procedural steps Specific observation place/area and remaining unnoticed Sampling Method and Data collection method Timeframe for conducting observation & frequency of observation Specific behaviors Chapter 4: Data Collection and Analysis o Data Submission Total people observed and total observations Data results Compare data results Chapter 5: Results, Conclusions, and Recommendations o Discussion o Limitations o Recommendations o Conclusion of the entire paper References o All of your references in alphabetical order according to the last name of the author. Do not forget to use in-text citations for all references placed in the reference section. Appendix A o Tally Chart

Final Paper Additions

Introduction to the entire paper - This section should introduce each of the main topics that will be discussed throughout the paper. Be sure to discuss each section and the reason for inclusion in the paper. (1-2 paragraphs)

Discussion - In this section you will compare and contrast the findings from your study. You need to relate your findings to your research and your study as a whole. Does your findings confirm or disprove what you originally thought would occur? Did your findings actually give information on your original topic?

Limitations - Were there design flaws in the study that prevented you from getting the data you needed to answer your question? Were there any problems with the execution of your observations that may have impacted your results? Do you feel like you were noticed during observations? Were there other variables that you decided should not be included in your research? How could they have impacted your results? Why were the additional variables not included?

Recommendations - Are there additional variables that should be added if this study was repeated? Are there other angles of the topic that should be further researched? Are there changes that should be made to the procedural steps if the study is replicated? Does the data suggest a follow-up study on separate topics? This section is speculative, but it can provide ideas for future research.

Conclusion of the entire paper - This section should conclude each of the main topics that were discussed throughout the paper. Be sure to mention each section and what was determined in that section. (1-2 paragraphs)



The paper should be organized as I have outlined it above. Include a cover sheet with your name, title of the paper, and class title/section information (Psychology GS4412). Each chapter should be labeled and begin on a new page. Use Times New Roman 12 pt font and double-space the document. Standard margins are sufficient, so no margin adjustments are necessary.

As with any academic research paper, certain expectations should be met. All academic papers should possess an introduction, conclusion, as well as proper APA in-text citations and reference section. The tone of the paper should be consistently professional and contain appropriate content matter. Lastly, all efforts should be made to eliminate any grammatical, spelling, and punctuation errors.



Due by 5:59 pm on 12/15/2016 (before Week 11 class) Turn the Word document (.docx) in through your eCompanion DropBox for the Psychology class.


Naturalistic Observation Final Paper Assessment Rubric for Week 9 Homework

Category Excellent Good Acceptable Unacceptable (Final Paper) Introduction Strong introduction to the paper. Clearly states what will be discussed in the entire paper. Brief introduction to the paper. Incompletely states what will be discussed in the entire paper. Weak introduction to the paper. Does NOT state what will be discussed in the entire paper. Does NOT adequately introduce the paper. Does NOT state what will be discussed in the entire paper. (Idea Proposal) Proposed Study Idea Summary Strong summary of the idea for the proposed study. Brief summary of the idea for the proposed study. Weak summary of the idea for the proposed study. No proposed study idea summary. (Idea Proposal) Learning Expectation And How It Relates Strong explanation of what will be learned from the proposed study and how it relates to your degree program. Brief explanation of what will be learned from the proposed study and how it relates to your degree program. Weak explanation of what will be learned from the proposed study OR how it relates to your degree program. No explanation of what will be learned from the proposed study and how it relates to your degree program. (Idea Proposal) Population And Observation Location Strong explanation of the population and where the study can be conducted. Brief explanation of the population and where the study can be conducted. Weak explanation of the population OR where the study can be conducted. No explanation of the population and where the study can be conducted. (Bibliography) Summary Of Journal Articles Brief but complete, summary of 3 journal articles. Brief but complete, summary of 2 journal articles. Brief summary of 1 journal article. No summary of the journal articles. (Bibliography) How The Articles Relate To Study Idea Thorough explanation on how each of the 3 articles relate to your chosen topic.
Thorough explanation on how at least 2 articles relate to your chosen topic.
Brief explanation on how at least 1 article relates to your chosen topic.
No explanation on how the articles relate to your chosen topic.

(Bibliography) What Was Learned From The Articles
Thorough explanation on what was learned from each of the 3 articles.

Thorough explanation on what was learned from at least 2 articles.
Brief explanation on what was learned from at least 1 article.
No explanation on what was learned from the articles.

(Procedural Steps) Observation Place/ Specific Area And Remaining Unnoticed
States specific observation site and specific area within the observation site and at least 2 techniques that will be implemented to prevent being noticed.
States general observation site and general area within the observation site and at least 2 techniques that will be implemented to prevent being noticed.
States observation site OR area within the observation site and 1 technique that will be implemented to prevent being noticed.
Does NOT state observation site and area within the observation site OR techniques that will be implemented to prevent being noticed.
(Procedural Steps) Sampling Method And Data Collection Method
States the specific sampling and data collection method to be used.
Generally references sampling and data collection method without using correct name of method.
States the sampling OR data collection method to be used.
Does NOT state the specific sampling and data collection method to be used.
(Procedural Steps) Timeframe For Conducting Observation AND Frequency Of Observation
States specific date, time, duration of the observation, and amount of times the observation will occur (frequency).
States general date, time, duration of the observation, and amount of times the observation will occur (frequency).
States date, time, duration of the observation, OR amount of times the observation will occur (frequency).
Does NOT state date, time, duration of the observation, and amount of times the observation will occur (frequency).
(Procedural Steps) Specific Behaviors
Specifically states all of the behaviors that will be observed.
Generally states the behaviors that will be observed.
Incomplete list of behaviors that will be observed.
Does NOT include behaviors that will be observed.
(Data Collection) Total People Observed And Total Observations
States the specific total amount of people observed and total observations.
Generally references total people observed and total observations.
States total people observed OR total observations.
Does NOT state total people observed and total observations.
(Data Collection) Data Results
Strong explanation of the data results for all variables.
Brief explanation of the data results for most variables.
Weak explanation of the data results for one variable.
No explanation of the data results.
(Data Collection) Compare Data Results
Strong comparison of the data results for all variables.
Brief comparison of the data results for most variables.
Weak comparison of the data results.
No comparison of the data results.

(Final Paper) Discussion
Strong discussion of the studys findings and how the findings relate to your topic as a whole.
Brief discussion of the studys findings and how the findings relate to your topic as a whole.
Weak discussion of the studys findings OR how the findings relate to your topic as a whole.
NO discussion of the studys findings and how the findings relate to your topic as a whole.
(Final Paper) Limitations
Strong discussion of the studys design flaws and how those flaws may have impacted the findings.
Brief discussion of the studys design flaws and how those flaws may have impacted the findings.
Weak discussion of the studys design flaws OR how those flaws may have impacted the findings.
NO discussion of the studys design flaws and how those flaws may have impacted the findings.
(Final Paper) Recommendations
Strong discussion of the recommendations for further study.
Brief discussion of the recommendations for further study.
Weak discussion of the recommendations for further study.
NO discussion of the recommendations for further study.
(Final Paper) Conclusion
Strong conclusion to the paper. Clearly states what was discussed in the entire paper.
Brief conclusion to the paper. Incompletely states what was discussed in the entire paper.
Weak conclusion to the paper. Does NOT state what was discussed in the entire paper.
Does NOT adequately conclude the paper. Does NOT state what was discussed in the entire paper.
APA Accuracy APA reference section and intext citations have no errors or only 1-2 mistakes.
APA reference section and intext citations with more than 3-4 mistakes.
APA reference section or in-text citations, but not both OR has both parts with 5+ mistakes.
No APA reference section or in-text citations.
(Data Collection) Tally Sheet
Your tally sheet was added to the Appendix of your document.
Your tally sheet was sent as a separate document.
No tally sheet was added/sent.

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