Interpreting Research Findings Discuss some of the practical and ethical challenges related to research with children. Use the Capella library and locate an empirically based article with children as subjects. Share the context and results of the study and discuss the practical and ethical challenges that emerged.Following is an example of such a study. Do not use the example but find your own study from Capella library.Neuman, S. B., Kaefer, T., Pinkham, A., & Strouse, G. (2014). Can babies learn to read? A randomized trial of baby media. Journal of Educational Psychology, 106(3), 815.Link to this article is given in the resources.
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Use your Infants, Children, and Adolescents text to read Chapter 1, “History, Theory, and Research Strategies,” pages 2–49. This chapter highlights the major theorists in child development and presents research methods used when studying children.
Use the Capella University Library to read Paat’s 2013 article, “Working With Immigrant Children and Their Families: An Application of Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory,” from Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, volume 23, issue 8, pages 954–966.