For this milestone, due in Module Three, you will submit a draft of the literature review due as part of your final research investigation using the three articles that were provided for your track and topic in Module Two. In addition, for this milestone, you will need to find two additional articles to use for your final project. You will base this milestone on the literature review practice journal assignment that you completed in Module Two. Rather than following the format of a typical lengthier APA literature review, you will instead prepare five shorter, adapted, individual literature reviews (one for each article). Each literature review should be one page in length (all five should be submitted as one five-page document). These literature reviews will lead up to the final literature review submission, which will consist of a total of five literature reviews, based on the three articles provided in your track and two more articles found and selected by you for this milestone task. The final version of the literature review will be submitted in Module Seven as part of Final Project Part I. Prompt First, read and review the three articles for your track. Next, using the questions presented in the Module Two literature review practice journal assignment as a guide, you will draft three literature reviews of the articles provided in your track. You will then find two more articles to add to your literature reviews. The questions are provided here for your convenience. These questions will support you in completing the literature reviews, which will need to address all of the critical elements below. Please refer to the complete list of critical elements for the literature review below. ● What is the title of the article (in APA format)? ● What is the purpose of the article? (Addresses critical elements I-A through I-C.) ● What is the hypothesis of the study? In other words, what claims do the authors make in the article? What are the outcomes of the study, that is, the conclusions that the authors made as a result of the study? (Addresses critical elements I-A through I-D.) ● What variables (factors) are being looked at as it impacts social thinking? (Addresses critical elements I-A through I-D.) ● If these variables or the relationship between these variables have been studied before, what have other studies found? This shows historical significance. (Addresses critical elements I-C and I-H.) ● Describe the research design that was used in the study. (Addresses critical elements I-E and I-F.) ● Do you think the research in this article was conducted in an ethical manner? Why or why not? (Addresses critical elements I-G and I-H.) Use the Literature Review Template to complete this task. Please refer to the Literature Review Basics document as well as the Literature Review Example to assist you. Please note that you are starting your literature review with the questions above, but you will need to expand the answers to these questions to meet the critical elements of the literature review for your final submission. The following critical elements must be addressed as also outlined in the literature review section of the Final Project Part I Guidelines and Rubric document: I. Literature Review: In this part of the assessment, you will analyze foundational research presented in the course for how the field of social psychology has changed over time, how researchers have designed research to study social psychology, and how issues of ethics have been addressed historically in the field. A. Summarize the claims made by the authors of the foundational research presented in the course regarding how social context factors influence human behavior. In other words, what claims are made by the research about social context factors and human behavior? B. Summarize the claims made by the authors of the foundational research presented in the course regarding how social motives influence human behavior. In other words, what claims are made by classic and current research about social motives and human behavior? C. Explain how the view of social context factors and social motives has evolved over the history of social psychology. Be sure to support your analysis with examples from research to support your claim. D. Explain the conclusions you can reach about research in social psychology. In other words, explain what we know about social context factors and social motives, based on your review of the research presented in the course. Be sure to support your analysis with examples from research to support your claim. E. Describe the specific research designs used in the foundational research presented in the course used to address research questions. For example, what were the specific methods used to address their research question? What type of research design was used? F. Explain how research designs were used by authors to conduct research in social psychology. In other words, how did the research designs used by researchers help in conducting research regarding social psychology? G. Discuss how issues of ethics have been addressed in the foundational research presented in the course. For example, how did the authors inform the participants of what the experiment would entail? How did the authors account for any potential risks to participants associated with the study? H. Discuss how issues of ethics in social psychology have been viewed historically. In other words, how have issues of ethics in the field been viewed over time? Has this view changed as the field has progressed? Be sure to support your response with examples from research to support your claims
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