Ch 12: Required Assignments for Psychology 303

About This Chapter

These assignments apply toward the final grade in Psychology 303, and they are a requirement for transferable college credit for our College Accelerator members. Here, you will use the research and analysis methods covered in the course to craft original essays on the psychology of diversity.

Psychology 303 Assignments - Summary

By completing these assignments, you will draw upon Psychology 303 course material and methods to conduct research, analyze data, and craft your own critique and essay. While providing a solid review of the content covered in this course (such as multiculturalism, discrimination, cultural research and methodology), these assignments will exercise these fundamental academic skills:

  • Selecting appropriate academic resources
  • Identifying the methods and perspectives employed in a data source
  • Analyzing and critiquing published research
  • Using published research to support your own psychology-related analysis

How Assignments Work

The final grade you earn in this Psychology 303 course will come from several areas, including these essay assignments. If you are a College Accelerator member, you may apply this coursework towards transferable college credit.

  • Open an assignment and read the instructions carefully.
  • Make sure you understand the grading criteria for the assignment.
  • When you're finished writing, review your work for errors and unintentional plagiarism.
  • Proceed to the submission form (links are provided in the assignment) and attach your work as directed.

If you are not applying for credit, you do not need to submit your assignments.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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