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Essays-Using information from the book and lectures please answer the questions below.
For all questions, please paraphrase and cite references APA style–do not “quote” directly.
State the questions and number. These require some thought and application of the ideas you have learned. There are no “cookie cutter” responses available in any text.
Use APA style for citations/grammar/headings (if you use them) etc. Specifically, you must include in text citations and include a reference list.
Please submit a word document
These must be essay style answers/ no bullet points.
Each question value is stated for each below pts-25% grammar and 75% content
BTW psychology is not capitalized within sentences.
Do not use contractions
Do not use websites for answers
These questions require 1-2 page(s) answers each to be complete
1. Essay answer required 10 pts. What are the major similarities and differences between Watson and Skinner’s ideas regarding behaviorism? From your understanding of psychological principles, which of them had a greater influence in the areas of both research and applied psychology?
2. Essay answer required (10 pts.). Explain evolutionary theory according to Darwin. Use at least one example of the evolutionary process that Darwin witnessed during his journey on the HMS Beagle. Be sure to consider uniformitarianism and catastrophism in your explanation. There was very specific consideration of those two theories in the context of Darwinian science that we discussed in class.
3. Long Answer (15 pts.). Titchener’s behavior toward women in Psychology was contradictory, in that he sometimes supported and sometimes impeded their professional growth. Please discuss this contradiction using the information from the following academic journal to support your discussion: Titchener, women psychologists, and the experimentalists. The article is located in the files directory.
Here is the way to cite the article:
Proctor, R. W., & Evans, R. (2014). E B Titchener, women psychologists, and the experimentalists. The American Journal of Psychology, 127(4), 501–526. https://doi-org.proxy-ub.researchport.umd.edu/10.5406/amerjpsyc.127.4.0501