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Dance 3 University of California, Irvine Fall 2018 Updated 180925 1 Scientific Project: Question & Hypothesis Learning Objectives: 1) Identify a problem or goal regarding personal wellness. 2) Formulate a scientific research question. 3) Create a research hypothesis with appropriate independent and dependent variables. Instructions: For this section of your scientific project, you are expected to develop a research question and hypothesis related to one of the dimensions of wellness discussed in class. This question and hypothesis will be the basis for your self-experiment, which you will be conducting throughout the quarter. Note: this is NOT a research literature review project. You will be conducting an actual experiment on yourself and presenting the results throughout the quarter. All project submissions are FINAL. YOU ARE THE ONLY PARTICIPANT IN THIS EXPERIMENT. Please use the following 2 subheadings to receive full credit: 1. Question Phrase your research question as a question, not a statement. The topic must clearly relate to a dimension of wellness (if you feel your topic warrants an explanation of how it relates to a dimension of wellness, please provide this here). 2. Hypothesis State what you believe you will find after conducting this experiment. o This hypothesis must be based on existing literature related to your topic.
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