Review the coding form example in Figure 7.1 on page 138 of your course text. Choose a setting where you would enjoy observing behavior. It might be someplace you go everyday (like the grocery store) or it might be a place you would like to go (such as a city park). Create a coding form for a hypothetical observational study of the setting your selected. Use the coding sheet in the course text as an example, but create something that is entirely your own. Note: This is a hypothetical study. You are creating a coding form but not conducting the actual observation study (because you would need to obtain IRB approval first). Prepare to upload your coding form as an attachment (in .doc or .rtf format) to your posting. The topic of your hypothetical observational study. This should also be in the “Subject” field of your post this week (e.g., Child Playground Behavior). In the main body of your post, provide background information on your hypothetical observational study, including the setting, why you are interested in this study, and what you hope to learn. Explain whether you would be an acknowledged or unacknowledged observer and why. Describe the types of behavior and the episodes you included on your coding form. Upload the coding form you created as an attached document (.doc or .rtf format).
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