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*This paper is split into 2 parts. There’s part 1 and part 2, the instructions below are for part 2 (I don’t have the instructions for part 1, but the example I attached pretty much explains it). I completed both in the past but my professor gave me the opportunity to do it over again, because it was not well done. I can provide the complete paper that I previously had. Several changes must be done, for example it needs to be 200 or more participants, and I previously only had 20. There needs to be a methods section, which I previously did not include. The participants, materials and procedures, and results section has to be longer and more specific (this is part of the methods). I attached an example of what the full paper is supposed to look like, what the methods section should look like, and what I have. The 2 that say “sample” are the samples, the other is my paper. Also, the page number does not have to be 20, it can be more. Feel free to edit what I already have written, please just make it a lot better because I did not do too well. Feel free to remove things as well and do it over if need be. Thank you, below are instructions for the second half. Final Experimental Paper: Abstract, Results, Discussion, Appendices (Grading 35 points toward Course Grade) 1. (4.00)) Abstract; Now completed and in past tense: A. Limited to 120-150 words B. Let reader know the topic of the study (Statement of the problem) C. Mention who the participants were D. Briefly describe methods and procedures E. Provide a short summary of the results F. State your conclusions and implications 2. Include Paper I with Corrections Made: MANDATORY 3. (12.00) Results; Did you… A. Name the tests/analyses used to test our hypotheses? (e.g., correlation, t-test, Cohen’s D, Levene’s) B. Statistical Significance achieved or not, mentioned-reject the null or accept the alternate hypothesis stated C. Give the statistical results of each test, using the proper notation and APA format for these statistics 4. (16.00) Discussion: This should begin by narrowly summarizing your study results and gradually widening to tie the study results back in with the literature (perhaps, but not necessarily, some articles you already discussed in the introduction– here is your chance to mention literature that proposed potential explanations for similar experiments’ results). Also include study limitations and end with ideas for future research similar to yours, but improved to address limitations and new ideas that we were unable to address. I will be looking carefully at the following: A. Does the discussion start with a summary of your specific ideas and findings and become more general (relating to others’ research in this area) as it progresses? B. Do you summarize what was found regarding specific hypotheses (verbally, without mentioning any numbers)? C. Do you briefly mention important limitations of our research? (such as the unique characteristics and possibly questionable generalizability of our sample, limited researcher training, etc.) D. Do you explain what our results really mean, in your own words? E. Are the paragraphs well-written? F. Do the ideas and paragraphs transition well? G. Do you cite and tie in studies that are appropriate to your topic (comparing and contrasting their results with ours)? H. Do you remind the reader why research on this topic is important and explain any practical implications it may have? Who would this study benefit? I. Is the discussion of sufficient length to adequately cover the ideas presented without becoming wordy and redundant? J. Do you provide ideas for future, related studies? 5. (3.00) Appendices A. Demographic Questionnaire (IV) Questions correctly relate to IV B. Copy of SPSS Print out with the table that shows statistical significance (or no significant) and variables named correctly– if MISSING=FAIL PAPER C. Consent form Total Points:= 35p

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