This assignment is to be completed with&nbspA+ original work&nbspa

This assignment is to be completed with A+ original work and is due by SUNDAY May 29, 2016 at 5pm (Eastern Standard Time).  *Please start work and I will finish paying for handshake as soon as possible, thank you my friend! A+ work is expected as all of the assignment should EXCEED ALL EXPECTATIONS of the assignment and must pass flawlessly through an originality report. Thank you for your great work, as aways!*THE grading rubric is attached! ASSIGNMENT: ‘Social Psychology Definition Paper’ Prepare at minimum a 2,000 word paper (no maximum) in which you examine the discipline of social psychology. As a part of your examination, be sure to address the following items:Define social psychology.Discuss how social psychology differs from other related disciplines (e.g., clinical psychology, general psychology, sociology).Explain the role of research in social psychology.Choose one of the major famous experiments in Social Psychology’s history and explain the relevance of it to social psychology (choose from: Milgram, Zimbardo, Asch, Sherif)Choose a subfield of social psychology research and find recent research in the field and explain the importance of that research – it should be peer reviewed (from the library)Any assignment that has more than 15% of the paper quoted (properly or improperly) will be subject to a point deduction or discipline action in the case of intentional plagiarism.  You may run your paper through the UoPX Plagiarism Detector to ensure compliance.Be sure that you view the rubric for a more thorough discussion of paper requirements.  It has been attached.Please read the Helpful Hints and follow all paper details, including:You must use the textbook as part of your paper (book title below)Social Psychology, Tenth EditionISBN: 9780073370668 Author: David G. MyersCopyright © McGraw-Hill Company (2010)You must use exclusive peer reviewed research – no old textbooks, no websites, no encyclopedias, no dictionaries.  Using these resources will result in failing grades.Attachments: socialpsychologydefinitionpaperrubric.doc