To encourage your engagement in current professional literature in the field of developmental psychology, this week you will have the opportunity to read and critique an article of your own choice that addresses a developmental topic of your particular interest for a specific age group. For this critique, choose an article that relates to infancy OR childhood. are available to you online through McKee Library. Two useful sources for easy to read journal articles are Annual Editions, edited by Katherine Freiburg. Freiberg, K. (2013). Annual editions: Human development 13/14. 42nd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill. Freiberg, K. (2014). Annual editions: Human development 14/15. 43rd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill. Your critique should consist of four parts: A running heading that includes your name, critique number, and due date A one-page (double-line spaced), SHORT SUMMARY of the key points made by the author/s of the journal article (in your OWN WORDS – DO NOT PLAGARIZE—and do not simply repeat the article abstract!) And then most importantly, in a further page or two (double-line spaced), share your CAREFUL CRITIQUE of the information. For instance, What do YOU think about the information presented in the article? What is your analysis/evaluation of the author’s information? How does it relate to what you have been studying in your text? What was new/surprising/of value to you? What further questions did the author/s stimulate in your thinking? Can you practically relate the author/s findings and recommendations to your own experience? Finally, at the end of your critique, include the full reference to the article, in APA format. Further tips for writing a journal report appear at the end of your course syllabus. Attach your completed assignment as an MS Word document. Go right down to the bottom of the screen and click on the green “Add submission” button at the bottom of the page to upload your MSWord document file. Submit your completed report no later than 11:55 pm Sunday.