· Pavlov’s 1927 article “Conditioned Reflexes: An Investigation of the Physiological Activity of the Cerebral Cortex,” on the Classics in the History of Psychology Web site.
· Watson’s 1913 article, “Psychology As the Behaviorist Views It,” from Psychological Review, volume 20, issue 2, pages 158–177.
· Skinner’s 1950 article, “Are Theories of Learning Necessary?,” from Psychological Review, volume 57, issue 4, pages 193–216.
· Freud’s 1910 article, “The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis,” from the American Journal of Psychology, volume 21, pages 181–218.
· Chapter 10, “General Description of the Types,” in Jung’s Psychological Types.
· Rogers’s 1946 article, “Significant Aspects of Client-Centered Therapy,” from American Psychologist, volume 1, issue 10, pages 415–422.
· Maslow’s 1943 article, “A Theory of Human Motivation,” from Psychological Review, volume 50, issue 4, pages 370–396.
· Hebb’s 1955 article, “Drives and the C.N.S. (Conceptual Nervous System),” from Psychological Review, volume 62, issue 4, pages 243–254.
· Miller’s 1956 article, “The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two: Some Limits on Our Capacity for Processing Information,” from Psychological Review, volume 63, issue 2, pages 81–97.
The application of cognitive psychology in the treatment of individuals who deal with mental illness or trauma
The following are seminal articles for the schools of thought discussed in this course. Choose two schools of thought that fit with your specialization and research topic, and read the articles in that section using the Internet
Using the literature, you have found to support your research topic and associated school of thought, create an annotated bibliography of the evaluative type (for more information, see the Annotated Bibliography presentation in the Resources). The bibliography should include articles that support your topic and articles that demonstrate how the school of thought aligns with your topic. This bibliography will be used in the next unit to defend your school of thought choice.
To complete this assignment you will be expected to:
· Analyze scholarly articles that support your research topic and school of thought choice.
· Describe how the articles build your argument for the proposed study you will conduct.
· Create an annotated bibliography summarizing the articles.
· Include annotation that evaluates the ideas discussed for each resource.
· Length: Your annotated bibliography assignment should be 4–8 typed and double-spaced pages.
· References: Minimum of 10 peer-reviewed resources.
o Resources should be relevant to, and support, your research topic, and demonstrate that your choice of school of thought is appropriate.
· Formatting: Use correct APA style and formatting, paying particular attention to citations and references.
o Each resource should be listed in proper APA format and followed by an annotation that evaluates the ideas discussed.
o Do not summarize the article or provide details of the study it reports, et cetera. Rather, describe how the article helps you build your argument for the proposed study you will conduct.
· Font and font size: 12-point Times New Roman.
Review the Annotated Bibliography Scoring Guide to ensure you understand the grading criteria for this assignment.