• July 13th, 2018

Psychology

In Week 4, you submitted your Final Project topic to your Instructor for approval. This week, you will submit an outline of your Final Project paper. As a reminder, your analysis and literature review of the topic should focus on psychological aspects.

To prepare

  • Review the Final Project Outline Exemplar in this week’s Learning Resources.
  • Review the Walden Writing Center’s resource for creating an outline in this week’s Learning Resources.
  • Create an outline of your paper for the topic you selected for your Final Project in Week 4.

Sample outline for assignment, uploaded week final project for topic and title.

FOSTERING PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL BEING AMONG TRANSGENDER MEN AND WOMEN

  1. Introduction and overview
  2. Explanation of transgenderism
  3. Key definitions
  4. Theories of transgenderism
  5. History of transgenderism
  6. Medical diagnoses and treatments
  7. Political events and movements
  8. Research on trans mental health
  9. Challenges
  10. Differentiating from lesbian, gay, and bisexual research
  11. Accessing the trans population

iii. Political and funding support

  1. Recommended solutions
  2. Targeted research on full spectrum of trans population
  3. Outreach to trans community

iii. Advocacy

  1. Psychological health and well being
  2. Challenges
  3. DSM and pathologizing transgenderism
  4. Mental health issues among trans individuals
  5. Recommended solutions
  6. Affirmative therapy
  7. Advocacy for removal of diagnosis
  8. Conclusion
  9. Assessment of recommended solutions
  10. Final recommendations for social change recommendations

Here is week for paper to write the outline for:

The impact of toys on gender identity development in children

I choose this topic because it is the most familiar one in our lives and that at one point we had gone through the similar experience especially when it came to toys selection.

Toys are the major assets own by the children in our environment. We find that children like toys very much but careful when it comes to selection based on the child’s gender. Boys concentrate more on toys resembling engine powered machines like tracks, bikes, and trains while the girls focus more on care toys like for example dolls, utensils and general cleanliness (Todd, et al., 2018).

Toys impact the children psychology by creating this idea that they both should play with specific kinds of toys and grow up believing and exhibiting the same approach to other kids younger than them (Todd, Barry, & Thommessen, 2017). This trend and belief are so apparent that anyone just by looking at the toys in a given household can determine the child’s gender.

References

Todd, B. K., Barry, J. A., & Thommessen, S. A. (2017). Preferences for ‘Gender‐typed ‘Toys in Boys and Girls Aged 9 to 32 Months. Infant and Child Development, 26(3).

Todd, B. K., Fischer, R. A., Di Costa, S., Roestorf, A., Harbour, K., Hardiman, P., & Barry, J. A. (2018). Sex differences in children’s toy preferences: A systematic review, meta‐regression, and meta‐analysis. Infant and Child Development, 27(2), e2064.

I gave a sample outline and the week 4 paper in which the topic is about please view it and make sure you understand what I need.

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