PMR #2 Written Analysis

PMR #2 Written Analysis - Delia Torres PSY 101-2:00 Dr....

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Delia Torres PSY 101-2:00 Dr. Price October 2, 2007 Psychology in the Media Report #2 Boost in Libido, But Not Memory The article first introduces Pauline Maki, an author of this study and associate professor of psychiatric and psychology at the University of Illinois in New York. She seems to be very credible. A direct quote from her, “I want to know the effect of estrogen plus progestin in younger women.” Another point mentioned is that she used “180 postmenopausal women.” She is testing postmenopausal women. Well what is confusing to me is why she would use older women in her study to understand the effects on younger women. The article never explains this to the reader; the first part of this article is very vague. That is about as much information as was given so far in the article. It was also truly disappointing because the results were not posted in this article they were posted in an issue of the Journal Neurology. Why? On the other hand, the variables used in this study are clear, which is a high point. The first independent variable is
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