Things to think about for results

Things to think about for results

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Things to consider for your results section: METHODS Participants Who you plan to include in the study How many of them ( n = ? ) How and from where you plan to recruit participants and why Sufficient demographic information (e.g. talk about how you would provide descriptive statistics for primary variables of interest) Procedure Describe the chronological sequence of proposed events in a logical, clear way such that someone could attempt to replicate your study. Materials Discuss proposed measures and your rationale for picking those measures. What does the literature say about their validity? ( hint: think about Cronbach’s alpha) If you are proposing to use an apparatus like a computer program—describe it, your rationale for using it, and what the literature says about its validity.
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