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A minimum of 100 words each and ReferencesResponse (#1–6) KEEP RESPONSE WITH ANSWER EACH ANSWER NEED TO HAVE A SCHOLARY SOURCE with a Hyperlink
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- Very informational post. I noticed that you mentioned your choice of nonexperimental design would be a case study. I chose a case study because it provides detailed information, insight for a researcher to go further in the research and it permits an investigation that has unethical situations (McLeod, 2019). Being able to study an individual and their behavior seems easier than the other studies mentioned. A case study reminds me of naturalistic observation. Case studies also shed light on aspects of how a human thinks and behaves that could be unethical or impractical to study in another way (McLeod, 2019). Performing a case study allows the researcher to investigate cases or rare problems that are unique (Myers & Hansen, 2012). Studying a person’s behavior is why I decided to go back to school to obtain my degree to become a guidance counselor. I had to read some case studies in previous classes and write about the case study. This was interesting and enjoyable.
- I see that we are thinking alike here! I made a choice between case study and archival, but chose case study. For the same reason I believe that the case study would make for a better study because it would help avoid several disadvantages and since there are no restrictions the researcher can rely on accurate resources to make the study complete with concise information while avoiding plagiarism in his or her research. I agree that case study design is data that is generated in real-time and that it enables the researcher to become opinionated relying on commonsense and amoral thoughts; of which the researchers must take control of the topic through analyzing all points of the topic with viable research. Per the American Psychological Association (2020), a psychologist or researcher must know his or her rights as well as the participants of the study. Hence, this can avoid potential ethical violation, malpractice, and predatory publishing as they seek to conclude viable and correct information (American Psychological Association, 2020). You make for a very good discussion in the forum, look forward to discussing the topic more with you.
- Thank you for your post! I agree on case study being the top choice. I think it lends a lot of information to the field of psychology. Especially for forensic psychology. I think its use in this area of psychology can lead to the understanding of mental illnesses and how those related to crimes. They can also be used in cases with children and developmental struggles, that could help parental advice and a therapists type of approach. What other areas do you think case studies can help define?
- Great response. I like that you chose case studies. There are so many things that we could choose from and I think that in many cases, what we choose is really based on the type of study we are conducting. Do you think that you could pair case studies with any of the other types to create a study that has more facets to it and maybe more extensive results?
- I enjoyed your post. Naturalistic observation is a research method that scientists use when they are unable to conduct lab research that is unrealistic. If the research is cost expensive or will affect the subject’s behavior, naturalistic observation is appropriate (Cherry, 2019). Observing a subject in his or her natural/normal environment will allow the observer to get true behavior from the subject. You know how it is when you are at work and the BOSS comes around and people change their behavior and pretend they are working. For some, just the opposite happens when the boss is not around. The mice play when the cat is away. Naturalistic observation is different from a structured observation. During this observation in the natural setting, the researcher does not intervene. Naturalistic observation can help to support external validity (Cherry, 2019). Again, great post.
- Naturalistic observation is a technique that researchers use when they want to observe someone or something in their normal/natural setting (Myers & Hansen, 2012). People normally respond differently if they were being observed in a lab setting as opposed to being observed in their homes. Watching a person respond to stimuli in certain situations in real life would most likely be different if he knew he was being observed. For example, if a researcher wanted to observe animals and how they behaved in the jungle, it would be best to observe them in their natural environment (jungle). The animals would react in the same manner being in their normal environment. When a researcher is conducting a naturalistic observation, she tries to be discreet (Myers & Hansen, 2012). If a researcher wanted to study the behavior of boys and girls and their interaction with their teacher, the best way to conduct this study would be in a classroom environment. Again, the most appropriate time to select a naturalistic observational is if a researcher wants a person to behave without conforming to what they believe the observer wants to see.
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