Human growth and development
Directions:Research involving human subjects can be difficult due to uncontrollable variables such as cohort effects. Cohort effects are a common issue in research on human development, which are also present in other areas of our lives and work, especially in nursing and human service fields or other careers that involve working with people.Initial PostConsidering your own development, identify a cohort effect that applies to you. Describe or define the cohort effect with which you identify. List three (3) ways this differs from someone else in your life (your parents or children, friends, or colleagues).Response PostReply to at least one (1) peer who identified a different cohort effect. Identify two (2) examples of how your cohort experience is different from theirs.