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PSYC 300: Life-Span Developmental Psychology (Yoon)

Research Guide for Dr. Yoon's sections of the PSYC 300 course

Using your sources to build your opinions and arguments

Ask yourself these questions about the article you select to build your own informed opinions and arguments:

Does your article raise questions you hadn't considered or make claims that shape your thinking? -Integrate these into your opinions and arguments about your topic to develop and focus them further 

Does your article provide evidence for any of your opinions and arguments? -Integrate the relevant evidence or data into your own opinions and arguments and explain its significance

Does your article take a position counter to any of your opinions and arguments? -Strengthen your own opinions and arguments by explaining and providing evidence of why you disagree with them

What relationships do you see between your article and your textbook? -Integrate the arguments and evidence from both of these together to use them as building blocks for your own opinions and arguments

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