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Overall, this is a borderline Pass. The key problem is that the textbook chapter has so little referencing and several of the cited references I doubt were even consulted given their publication date. The general structure and argument was good, but the language was somewhat colloquial and presented in very long paragraphs. There was little in the way of additional learning features.
Overall, this presentation provides a basic, clear explanation of theory and some research about social inhibition. A key strength is the well developed script which has a disciplined focus on comparing and contrasting three theories about social inhibition.
Explain why this topic is important - and how it connects to motivation.
The script and argument was clear and well developed.
Font size - make it slightly larger (fill the blank space)
Narrative voice is clear, but could use greater variation in tone