Evaluate the intervention using the single-case research design

Directions:

Address the following:

  1. Is Christianity specifically incompatible with Ph.D. research in the field of psychology? Why or why not?
  2. Is the Christian worldview compatible with research ethics in the field of psychology? Why or why not?
  3. To what extent should the Christian worldview influence the type of psychology research conducted and the ethics of that research? Why?
  4. To what extent do you perceive that the Christian worldview will influence the topic and ethics of your intended dissertation research? Why? Is this different than you expected? Why or why not? (Benchmarks Relationships, Spirit, and Self-Discovery C8.1: Appraise the evolution of one’s personal self and worldview.)
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    PSY-815Topic2_ChristianWorldviewandEthics_rubric.html

    Directions:

    Address the following:

    1. Is Christianity specifically incompatible with Ph.D. research in the field of psychology? Why or why not?
    2. Is the Christian worldview compatible with research ethics in the field of psychology? Why or why not?
    3. To what extent should the Christian worldview influence the type of psychology research conducted and the ethics of that research? Why?
    4. To what extent do you perceive that the Christian worldview will influence the topic and ethics of your intended dissertation research? Why? Is this different than you expected? Why or why not? (Benchmarks Relationships, Spirit, and Self-Discovery C8.1: Appraise the evolution of one’s personal self and worldview.)
    • PSY-815Topic2_ChristianWorldviewandEthics_rubric.html

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