Alvarez, L., Leach, J., Rodriguez, J., & Jones, K. (2020). Unsung psychology pioneers: A content analysis of who makes history (and who doesn’t). Here is the source that you should use and please do not include any out side resources.
Guthrie, R, V. (2004). Psychology and race. Here is the other resource.
this reflection paper based on the readings. Rather, reflective writing begins with a clear line of thought and uses the examples (e.g. materials) to illustrate your reflections and an analytical approach why is the reading important to you?
Objective: Relates to Concrete experience. What did you observe, read or hear? Who was involved?
What was written? What happened as a result of your contributions?
Reflective: Relates to Affective experience. How did the experience make you feel? Did your apprehension change or your confidence grow? Did you feel effective, knowledgeable or effective?
Interpretive: Relates to Cognitive experience. What did this experience make you think? How did it change your thinking? What did you learn? What worked and why?
Decisional: Relates to Ability to incorporate experiences. What decisions or opinions have you formed? How will you use this new informatioiqun, new skill, or new technology?

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