1. Gigi is a student in the marketing department. She wants to understand more about what attracts people to certain products. She creates a document with pictures of cereal boxes and asks people to rate which box they would be most attracted to when searching for a cereal. She then gathers information about their age, income, profession, and gender.
2. Breck is interested in studying personal space and relationships. He gathers a number of students who are strangers, acquaintances, close friends, or in romantic relationships. He brings them into a classroom and asks them to begin a conversation with each other. He records the distance between the individuals having the conversation.
3. Lucretia works at a children’s hospital. Her responsibility is to ask children who are coming to the hospital for the first time to respond to a number of questionnaires that may help determine their anxiety, depression, and pain levels.
Answer the following questions for each of your three scenarios.
Which research method was used (case history, survey, naturalistic observation, psychological tests, laboratory observation, or experiment)?
Identify the information in the scenario that supports your reasoning.
What ethical guidelines would need to be followed to conduct this study?
Which basic ideas behind early approaches in psychology most closely align with this method?
Your responses to the questions above for the three scenarios must result in a combined total of at least two pages in length for the assignment, not including the title page.
If outside sources are used, please adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment