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Attached is annotated Bibliography. The second paragraph can be ignored they were questions for my instructorPaper should properly summarize article. The paper should appraise the evidence contained within your articles, supporting and/or contradicting the statement you have chosen to examine. Your task is to distinguish whether or not this commonly held belief accurately represents psychological knowledge of the topic and discuss your conclusions.If theory and research in psychology suggest that the statement is false (i.e., it is instead bubba or pop psychology), infer an alternative truth based on the literature.If the theory and research in psychology suggest that the statement is true, point out how the research supports the statement.Must be five to seven double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..Must include a separate title page with the following:A headerTitle of paperStudent’s nameCourse name and numberInstructor’s nameDate submittedMust begin with an introductory paragraph (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.that has a succinct thesis statement (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..Must utilize academic voice (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..Must paraphrase (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. material, avoiding direct quotes. Minimal quotes are used within the writing. (No more than 2-3 sentences.). For more informationLinks to an external Must address the topic with critical thought.Must end with a conclusion (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. that reaffirms the thesis.Must use at least five peer-reviewed scholarly sources. Additional scholarly sources are encouraged. Be sure to integrate your research (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.smoothly rather than simply inserting it.
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Rising Sun and Moon
Michaela Kristine Rivera
PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology
Professor Lise St. Amant
April 19 2019
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Life in the stars and in infinite space is a grand concept, and truly puts our miniscule lives
into perspective. Astrology has grown into huge popularity nowadays, everyone wants to know
what their “sign” is and how it can tell more about themselves as a person based on the specific
date, time and part of the world one is born in, to find their sign within the stars. Many people
also consider astrology to be a sham; something of the fools and even mere hogwash. Based on
research and the analyses of psychoanalysts and scholars, astrology plays a part in our
unconscious and personality.
Here are some questions that I have about the essay. Do you want us to relate passages
from the textbook or from what we have already learned in class? Or is it okay to just completely
explore the broad new concept such as astrology in relation to psychology? As far as writing
about astrology, the main point that I am trying to say in my essay is that astrology influences the
unconscious, or even the knowledge of astrology. For example, I as a Virgo, feel more
compelled to act the way that I act based on what I know about my sign. What I want to see is if
there is any actual relation to astrology and our minds, and or personality.
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Buck, S. (2018). Hiding in plain sight: Jung, astrology, and the psychology of the
unconscious. The Journal Of Analytical Psychology, 63(2), 207–227. https://doi-org.proxylibrary.ashford.edu/10.1111/1468-5922.12394
In this scholarly journal, it is revealed how Carl Jung believed in astrology and how it
does influence the persona of people and can reveal many things about who they are and their
nature. Jung finds that whatever lies in the stars has a deep influence on our lives, yet it must be
read and learned with caution and proper application otherwise it could cause misunderstanding
and psychological harm. His untraditional regard for the mysterious and supernatural set his
work apart from his peers. Like Sigmund Freud, he understood the importance of psychoanalysis
and the meaning of dreams, yet with his work the application of the astrological divinities is
what he accounted for personality traits and being.
Hume, N., & Goldstein, G. (1977). Is There an Association between Astrological Data and
Personality? Journal of Clinical Psychology, 33(3), 711–713. https://doi-org.proxylibrary.ashford.edu/10.1002/1097-4679(197707)33:3<711::AID-JCLP2270330321>3.0.CO;2-H
A study is conducted within a university to find whether similar birthdates and planetary
alignment account for personality similarities that verify the legitimacy of astrology. In this
study, over 195 people of similar age are given personality tests and then separated by the 12
zodiac signs. The findings reveal that there is no direct correlation as to the zodiacs and the
personality. Despite these results finding that there is no correlation, the research suggests that
the 12 zodiac signs are not enough to clarify personality differences due to very stark differences
in planetary alignment associated to each individual’s birthdate, place of birth and time.
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Nicholson, R. (2018). Star gazing: why millennials are turning to astrology; In this time of
uncertainty, millennials are asking the cosmos for answers. But is it more than just another fad?
The Observer (London, England). Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com.proxylibrary.ashford.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsbig&AN=edsbig.A530593155&site=edslive&scope=site
Based on this article, many millennials, as part of a recent trend, has shown more and
more interest in astrology and their natal birth charts based on a desire to have a deeper
understanding of one’s self as opposed to the other. Astrological matchmaking also comes into
play when deciding whether they should become involved with another. The analysis of the
writer explains that due to uncertain times nowadays, many seek comfort and even self-help
from astrology. Many utilize astrology to rationalize the negative things that do happen in their
lives or possibly how to even avoid being in them based on one’s mindset.
Steyn, R. (2013). Astrological Planetary Alignment and Personality Differences: Saving us from
Ignorance. International Journal of Science in Society, 4(1), 117–122. https://doi-org.proxylibrary.ashford.edu/10.18848/1836-6236/CGP/v04i01/51368
In this South African study, the experiment tests whether or not those who have the same
birthdate have similar personalities which can attest to the twelve astrological signs that are
based off of stars and planetary alignment. In this test over 65,268 people of roughly the same
age, different genders, are given personality tests and then grouped with those of the same
birthdates. The test is to see if those who share the same birthdays are similar to each other in
personality. Upon completion of the experiment it was founded that there is no correlation to the
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personality and birthdates at all. This research finds that astrology and planetary alignment truly
have no backing in terms of the generalization of personalities.
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References:
Buck, S. (2018). Hiding in plain sight: Jung, astrology, and the psychology of the
unconscious. The Journal Of Analytical Psychology, 63(2), 207–227. https://doi-org.proxylibrary.ashford.edu/10.1111/1468-5922.12394
Hume, N., & Goldstein, G. (1977). Is There an Association between Astrological Data and
Personality? Journal of Clinical Psychology, 33(3), 711–713. https://doi-org.proxylibrary.ashford.edu/10.1002/1097-4679(197707)33:3<711::AIDJCLP2270330321>3.0.CO;2-H
Nicholson, R. (2018). Star gazing: why millennials are turning to astrology; In this time of
uncertainty, millennials are asking the cosmos for answers. But is it more than just another
fad? The Observer (London, England). Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com.proxylibrary.ashford.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsbig&AN=edsbig.A530593155&site=eds
-live&scope=site
Steyn, R. (2013). Astrological Planetary Alignment and Personality Differences: Saving us from
Ignorance. International Journal of Science in Society, 4(1), 117–122. https://doiorg.proxy-library.ashford.edu/10.18848/1836-6236/CGP/v04i01/51368

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