Introduction to PsychologyFinal ProjectCase StudyProject DescriptionThere is many factors that influence the perspective, behavior, and actions of individuals. You have learned about biological influences, social influences, developmental influences, and environmental influences. You have also learned how theories and research are important in understanding human behavior. One of the best ways to follow the path of an individual’s behavior is to read a biography about that person. For this project, you will be the “investigating researcher” who will explain the behavioral path of an individual you find interesting. This will include using the psychology theories you have learned to explain the many influences involved with guiding an individual’s life, and outcome benchmarks of the person’s life. Your theory descriptions can come from your textbook or from credible, peer-reviewed, empirical, or scholarly sources. Additionally, as a good researcher would do, this project will include a section on ethical concerns of limitations and biases. This aspect reaches back to research and the types of research used in an investigation. This includes looking at the type of data or information a biography presents; qualitative in nature as opposed to quantitative, ethical concerns regarding collecting the data or information, and human biases of telling the story accurately. You may have read a biography in the past that you can reference, or you can find short biographies online depicting the life of the person selected for this project. You can use one in-depth source for your biography or find many short biographies to complete this project. There are many famous historical biographies, but this project is not limited to fame. There are interesting artists, dancers, musicians, community leaders, everyday heroes, military soldiers, etc. Find a person that you want to investigate as your case study. Project InstructionsChoose a person with a published biography and write an 8- to 10-page case study investigation. Your case study should be formatted and presented according to the order below.Part 1: Biography and Influence (1.5 – 2 pages)a) Introduction ) Chronological Summary of the introductory paragraphs of your paper should include: Biography Subject. A hook or anecdote to engage the audience in the second part of the biography paper,b. A thesis statement/argument provides a summary of the biography of what is your thesis or argument you are presenting subject you read. Include a vivid, description of the person you’ve selected? picture of your person’s history and. Three selected psychological theories.developmental influences. What three theories are you going to choose to what was happening in the person support your argument? family at the time? What was the family? Limitations, biases, and ethical concerns. dynamic like what limitations, biases, and ethical concerns do. What was the person’s family you think you will encounter? environment like? Were there any gender expectations put upon theHook/Thesis Statement Example: individual? Running a marathon is no easy feat, many people would never dream of taking on such a task, but for SammyExample: If your subject was GeorgeWanjiru running is a way of life. Great runners are not Washington, the main focus of your summaryporn running, so what makes them become champion could be on his being the first president of the runners?United States and the life events that ultimately shaped him into that person.