evaluate research literature associated with the question in terms of credibility reliability ethics and value explain how the research can be used by psychology professionals
- Evaluate each article separately
- Evaluate literature in terms of reliability, credibility, ethics, and value.
- Explain the assumptions and biases of the researchers.
- What was the motive or reason that the research was conducted?
- Does that affect the credibility or reliability of the findings?
- Are there ethical issues within the research and were they addressed?
- Explain how you would apply the research to professional psychology practice.
- How are the findings important for your area of psychology?
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Zobel, A., Barkow, K., Schulze-Rauschenbach, S., von Widdern, O., Metten, M., Pfeiffer, U., â€¦ Maier, W. (2004). High neuroticism and depressive temperament are associated with dysfunctional regulation of the hypothalamicâ€“pituitaryâ€“adrenocortical system in healthy volunteers. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 109(5), 392â€“399.
Tyrka, A. R., Mello, A. F., Mello, M. F., Gagne, G. G., Grover, K. E., Anderson, G. M., . . . Carpenter, L. L. (2006). Temperament and hypothalamicâ€“pituitaryâ€“adrenal axis function in healthy adults. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 31(9), 1036-1045. doi:10.1016/j.psyneuen.2006.06.004