The Developing Person Through The Life Span Summary
Berger, Kathleen Stassen (2014-05-12). The Developing Person Through the Life Span, Ninth Edition (Page 518). Worth Publishers. Kindle Edition.
Griffin, James; Gooding, Sarah; Semesky, Michael; Farmer, Brittany; Mannchen, Garrett and Sinnott, Jan. (2009). Four brief studies of relations between post formal thought and non-cognitive factors: Personality, concepts of god, political opinions, and social attitudes. Journal of Adult Development, 16(3), 173–182. doi:10.1007/s10804-009-9056-0
Berger, Kathleen Stassen (2014-05-12). The Developing Person Through the Life Span, Ninth Edition (Page R-25). Worth Publishers. Kindle Edition.
8. Briefly and clearly, explain the study. Address the following questions:
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She talks about how there was a group of scholars which connects to students that were male and female undergraduates at Towson University. She also just brought into account that it was connected to the post formal thought. She quotes that one that is a person from the research is designed for many judgments, selections, and knowledge. She doesn’t talk too much about how the researchers found the information and data for support. She never mentions anything about their hypothesis and how they used methods of using participants in their study. She doesn’t state how they used the participants to scale certain questions. She doesn’t explain the procedure of what the researchers make with the participants finding logical solutions to certain different problems. She then skips through the quote by adding three periods and continuing on to get many judgments, selections, and knowledge, one has to “better understand the complexities and inherent biases in ‘truth’. This means that you have to comprehend the difficulties and have natural tendency in honesty. This barely even connects to the research aside from the results of the research and end of all the information that she skipped. She basically just cut out all the research and just added the information that she needed to have in her topic of what she was talking about, and that was the post formal