Write a 6-page portion of a request for proposal (RFP) in which you address the field of biopsychology and the brain.
Biopsychology, also known as behavioral neuroscience, has become a well-established multidisciplinary study that uses complicated techniques to reveal the relationship between brain functions and human behaviors.
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You are a consultant who is interested in a request for proposal (RFP) from a nearby school district that is seeking individuals or groups to design a training and professional development inservice day about the brain and mind from a biopsychological perspective for their educators. Part 1 of the RFP includes the following three sections for respondents to address. Use the Assessment 1 Proposal Template (linked in the Resources) to prepare Part 1 of the proposal, which covers the points below. You will complete additional parts of the RPF in subsequent assessments.
Do not incorporate the questions into the content of your proposal. Use the Capella library to research the material and support your answers.
|Explain the origins of biopsychology and the first theorists of biopsychology.||Does not identify the origins of biopsychology and the first theorists of biopsychology.||Identifies the origins of biopsychology and the first theorists of biopsychology.||Explains the origins of biopsychology and the first theorists of biopsychology.||Analyzes the origins of biopsychology and the first theorists of biopsychology; includes details, theories, et cetera in the analysis.|
|Explain the mind-brain problem.||Does not identify the mind-brain problem.||Identifies the mind-brain problem.||Explains the mind-brain problem.||Explains the mind-brain problem; assesses one’s own position in context of this.|
|Describe scientific methods used by scientists to study the brain.||Does not list scientific methods used by scientists to study the brain.||Lists scientific methods used by scientists to study the brain.||Describes scientific methods used by scientists to study the brain.||Analyzes scientific methods used by scientists to study the brain.|
|Describe the ethical concerns connected to biopsychology research.||Does not describe the ethical concerns connected to biopsychology research.||Lists the ethical concerns connected to biopsychology research.||Describes the ethical concerns connected to biopsychology research.||Evaluates the ethical concerns connected to biopsychology research and includes research specifically discussing the brain.|
|Write in a manner that is concise, logically organized, and utilizes correct punctuation, spelling, grammar, and mechanics.||Does not write coherently to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a psychology professional.||Writes to support an idea, but writing is inconsistent and contains major errors of grammar, usage, and mechanics.||Writes in a manner that is concise, logically organized, and utilizes correct punctuation, spelling, grammar, and mechanics.||Writes coherently to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a psychology professional.|
|Use APA format and style.||Does not use APA format and style.||Uses APA format and style but inconsistently and with errors.||Uses APA format and style.||Uses correct APA format and style consistently and with few errors.|
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