A. Describe the problem experienced by individuals, families, groups, or communities that your plan will be attempting to improve.
B. Select research from the provided resources that will support your plan, and explain how the research is credible.
C. Explain how you discerned the credibility of the research provided.
D. Discuss how using credible evidence will support your action plan.
E. Explain how the research aligns with fundamental theories discussed in the course.
F. Describe how the research aligns with the ethical guidelines of psychology. II. Plan Support: In this part of the assessment, you will identify theories and perspectives in psychology that will support your future action plan.
A. Identify relevant fundamental theories in psychology discussed in the course which could be applied to address the problem.
B. Describe how you would apply these fundamental theories in psychology to address the problem.
C. Explain how you can use the perspectives of psychologists in different subject areas within the field to approach your problem.
D. Describe the ethical implications that will need to be considered in the creation of your action plan. III. Action Plan: In this part of your assessment, you will develop your action plan, describing the overall plan that addresses the problem, as well as the specific recommendations as to how to improve the problem. You will explain how your action plan aligns with fundamental theories and perspectives in psychology and how your action plan aligns with the ethical guidelines of psychology.
A. Describe your overall action plan and how it addresses the problem.
B. Make recommendations as to how you could improve the identified problem. Be sure to reference how psychology is used to support the action plan in improving the problem.
C. Explain how fundamental theories and perspectives in psychology align with your action plan.
D. Explain how your plan aligns with the ethical guidelines of psychology. Milestones Milestone One: Gettin. Started—Problem
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