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Find and read three contemporary (within the past five years) peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles discussing the concept of the unconscious.

Based on your findings, create a 2–3 page report in a Microsoft Word document, addressing the following:

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  • Compare and contrast the information in each article with Freud’s description of the unconscious.
  • Discuss how the articles contribute to the evidence for or against Freud’s theories.

Submission Details:

  •  no plagiarism 
  • Support your responses with examples.
  • Cite any sources in APA format.\

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Rubric Assessment

Rubric Total Score Total Score of PSY3300 Week 1 Project Rubric, / 50 * This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Criteria No Submission 0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (1–24) 24 points Satisfactory (C Range) (25–27) 27 points Proficient (B Range) (28–31) 31 points Exemplary (A Range) (32–35) 35 points Criterion Score Fulfillment of Assignment Expectations

Student did not submit assignment.

Submission does not meet assignment expectations. It does not address all parts of the assignment. Submission relies on unsupported claims (e.g., personal conjecture, judging assertions without backing evidence). Submission includes excessive use of direct quotations. Submission does not clearly demonstrate critical thinking, synthesis of information, or application of research, and course material.

Submission meets most assignment expectations. It addresses all parts of the assignment, though some parts may be more fully developed than others. While submission may include some unsupported claims (e.g., personal conjecture, judging assertions), there are also informed and validated conclusions throughout, supported with cited evidence. Submission may have a few direct quotations. However, there is at least an attempt at explaining and analyzing the direct quotations. The required number and types of supporting resources may or may not be included. Resources may not be appropriate (such as non-scholarly sources). Submission demonstrates some concerted effort at critical thinking, synthesis of information, or application of research and course material.

Submission meets all assignment expectations and addresses all parts of the assignment. Submission includes almost no unsupported claims (e.g., personal conjecture, judging assertions); rather, most of the submission has informed and validated conclusions supported with cited evidence. Submission has no direct quotations, or a couple of quotes may be used, but they are explained and analyzed in detail to demonstrate understanding of the content. The required number and types of supporting resources are utilized. Most of the submission demonstrates concerted effort at critical thinking, synthesis of information, and application of research and course material.

Submission meets all assignment expectations and addresses all parts of the assignment. Submission includes no unsupported claims (e.g., personal conjecture, judging assertions). Rather, the submission has informed and validated conclusions that demonstrate both breadth and depth of information and are supported by evidence from cited sources. Submission is completely original to the writer, yet gives credit to material that informed the student on the issue. The submission demonstrates critical thinking, synthesis of information, and application of research and course material through inclusion of support from multiple scholarly sources in addition to the minimum required for the assignment.Score of Fulfillment of Assignment Expectations, / 35 * This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Criteria No Submission 0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (1–6) 6 points Satisfactory (C Range) 7 points Proficient (B Range) 8 points Exemplary (A Range) (9–10) 10 points Criterion Score Writing Style and Conventions

Student did not submit assignment.

Writing errors (spelling, grammar, and structure) are so pervasive through the submission that readability and understanding are often impeded. Writing conventions are not readily identifiable.

Submission has several writing issues that, at times, impede readability and understanding of the writer’s overall intent. Writing conventions are not well-developed or consistently utilized. Thus, ideas are generally incoherently or inconsistently presented.

Submission has few writing errors. These errors do not impede readability or understanding of the writer’s overall intent. A thesis is stated; topic sentences and transitions are used throughout most of the paper.

Submission has no notable major or minor writing issues. Sentences flow together and reflect accurate sentence structure and word choice. Writing conventions (i.e., thesis statement, topic sentences, and transitions) are accurately utilized.Score of Writing Style and Conventions, / 10 * This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table. Criteria No Submission 0 points Emerging (F through D Range) (1–2) 2 points Satisfactory (C Range) 3 points Proficient (B Range) 4 points Exemplary (A Range) 5 points Criterion Score APA formatting for structure, citations, and reference list

Student did not submit assignment.

There may be no attempt at APA formatting (e.g., no citations and/or reference list). If a reference list is included, it does not use APA formatting. In-text citations are missing or improperly formatted. Required elements are missing, such as a title page or abstract (when required).

While APA formatting is attempted, there are many errors. There may be some missing citations, incorrectly formatted citations, disagreement between citations and references, and/or errors on the reference list, though it is apparent that the student attempted APA formatting. Title page and/or abstract (when required) may not be properly formatted.

There are only a few minor formatting errors in citations or the reference list. Title page and abstract (where required) are included and properly formatted. Headings, when used, are properly formatted, though there may be minor errors in levels used.

APA formatting is accurate throughout the paper, including the title page, abstract (when required), and the reference list. Headings are included when appropriate, using the proper levels, and properly formatted.Score of APA formatting for structure, citations, and reference list, / 5 *

Overall Score

Overall Score

No Submission0 points minimum

Emerging (F through D Range)1 point minimum

Satisfactory (C Range)35 points minimum

Proficient (B Range)40 points minimum

Exemplary (A Range)45 points minimumClose

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