Conference 4 (1) - PSYC 310 Confer ence 4 RESUL TS Result s...

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PSYC 310 – Conference 4 RESULTS
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Results Summary of the collected data and the analysis performed on the data Report all results Present stats with clear statement of findings Summarize results using numbers Clearly describe how the data was analyzed Type of stats used (e.g., t-tests, factorial design etc.)
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Results Provide results in same order as hypotheses Provide descriptive information Means, standard deviations Refer the reader to Tables for means, SDs, etc Present results for inferential statistics T-tests, etc Write results into text
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Continues from methods section Results is the title, bold and centered Past tense
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Results vs. Discussion Results are for reporting statistics Discussions are for interpreting statistics In results section DO NOT INTERPRET DATA
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Reporting Results: Ponzo & Muller- Lyer T-test – compares means from 2 groups to see if they’re significantly different from one another t (df) = ___,
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2010 for the course PSYCH 310 taught by Professor T.bianco during the Spring '10 term at Concordia Canada.

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