Biological or cognitive behavioral

I’m studying for my Psychology class and need an explanation.

 

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Debate Preparation and Summary Worksheet

To prepare for the debate in Unit 5, use this worksheet to synthesize what you have learned from your research on the causes of depression. Complete Section 1 Debate Preparation to organize your position, arguments, and evidence for the debate.

You will then complete Section 2 Debate Summary following the debate, and will turn the full worksheet in at the end of the Unit 6 for grading as a summary of the debate.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Section 1 – Debate Preparation

1.YOUR POSITION STATEMENT

In the space below, construct a position statement that reflects your perspective on the cause of depression. Your position should include the following:

  • A description of the perspective you are taking (either biological or cognitive behavioral).
  • Write your position statement.
  • A brief summary of each argument that you will present to support your position (you should construct three arguments for your position).

2.YOUR SUMMARY OF THE ARGUMENTS THAT SUPPORT YOUR POSITION AND THE EVIDENCE FROM RESEARCH TO SUPPORT THOSE ARGUMENTS. (PLEASE INCLUDE APPROPRIATE IN-TEXT CITATIONS FOR YOUR EVIDENCE AND THEN INCLUDE THE FULL REFERENCE IN THE REFERENCE LIST – #5 BELOW). INCLUDE EVIDENCE FROM RESEARCH FOR EACH ARGUMENT.

 

Supporting Argument 1:

Evidence, example, illustration 1:

Evidence, example, illustration 2:

Evidence, example, illustration 3:

Supporting Argument 2:

Evidence, example, illustration 1:

Evidence, example, illustration 2:

Evidence, example, illustration 3:

Supporting Argument 3:

Evidence, example, illustration 1:

Evidence, example, illustration 2:

Evidence, example, illustration 3:

Add additional supporting arguments as needed. (If you have more than three arguments, place them in the same format as the others here):

 

 

Section 2 – Debate Summary

(Complete after the Unit 5 debate)

3.COUNTER ARGUMENTS TO YOUR POSITION AND YOUR REBUTTALS – WITH WHAT COUNTER ARGUMENTS DID OTHERS CHALLENGE YOUR POSITION? HOW DID YOU REPLY TO CHALLENGE THEIR COUNTER ARGUMENTS (THESE ARE YOUR REBUTTALS).

What opponents said to counter your arguments (paraphrase your understanding of their counter arguments—do not copy and paste them).

Note: If you did not receive any counter arguments directly to your post, think about counter arguments presented to your peers that could also apply to yours.You may also use counter arguments that you have read in the literature.

Your rebuttals to the counter arguments that they made to you or could have made to you based on their positions. (Please cite any sources you used):

4.SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION SECTION (USE THIS SECTION AS A WAY TO SUMMARIZE THE DEBATE)

  • From the information from above, in one or two well-developed paragraphs, summarize in your own words the counter arguments opposing your position:
  • In one or two well-developed paragraphs, summarize your rebuttals to the counter arguments that opposed your position:
  • Write a statement and conclusion of why your position is the most valid and reasonable:

5.APA REFERENCE LIST – JOURNAL ARTICLES GO IN THE FOLLOWING FORMAT:

Author last name, initials of first and middle names (if provided). (Year of publication). Title of the article. Title of the Journal, volume(issue), page numbers. doi number if the article has one.

Example of a reference for a journal article:

Klassen, R. M., Perry, N. E., & Frenzel, A. C. (2012). Teachers’ relatedness with students:

An underemphasized component of teachers’ basic psychological needs. Journal

of Educational Psychology, 104(1), 150–165. doi: 10.1037/a0026253

Use this area below to format the references you used in the debate.

References