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The form fits onto a single page, and has the following format: Title , which should be concise yet clearly identify the experiment Background/Hypothesis. This section should outline the relevant research background of the study, and how the hypothesis tested in the experiment is derived. A slightly extended Abstract format is probably sufficient. Although a certain level of background knowledge can be assumed, the key aspect is to avoid technical and scientific jargon that would render the information difficult to understand to a non-expert. Remember that a good portion of our participants are open-unit students who may not
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Unformatted text preview: have the necessary methodological background to understand specific statistical terms, etc. Design and Dependent Variables does the study use questionnaires, or is it in experimental format? If the latter, are response latencies, or accuracies (or both) the dependent measures? Are variables varied between- or within- participants? Intended Analysis how will the data be analysed? (ANOVA, regression, etc.) Useful Readings list a few key references in the research area that would allow a student to begin a further inquiry into the area if they wish to do so. 1...
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