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7-2 Final Project Submission: Statistical Analysis Report Kashima Riley 7-2 Final Project Submission: Statistical Analysis Report Southern New Hampshire University PSY- Research I: Stats for Psych 2/23/2020
7-2 Final Project Submission: Statistical Analysis Report 7-2 Final Project Submission: Statistical Analysis Report Introduction For my final project, I have chosen data set scenario number 6. In this particular scenario, we are being asked whether pleasant aromas help a student learn better. In this scenario, 21 participants learned both under a condition of smelling nothing and under a state of smelling a floral scent. I chose this particular set for different reasons. Being that I am a psychology major and work with children. With future plans of becoming a social worker. Initially, I was going to choose scenario set number 1, which falls under (Child and Adolescent Development) but I currently work at an afterschool program, and one of the things that we do is help children with their homework as well as teach them STEM. I am always trying to find ways to improve the students learn and focus. I've researched the effect of music on the brain and is something I incorporate. So seeing scenario number 6 piqued my interest. As I mentioned earlier, this data set investigates whether pleasant aromas help a student learn better. The data focused on 21 participants learned both under a condition of smelling nothing and under a state of smelling a floral scent. The question to be answered is whether smell has an effect on the learning capabilities of students. This particular scenario exemplifies a study that agrees with APA's Ethical Principles of Psychologists for many reasons. "The American Psychological Association's (APA) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct consists of an Introduction, a Preamble, five General Principles (A-E), and specific Ethical Standards." (American Psychological Association, 2017) Looking at this data set based on the information provided, they follow the general principles of beneficence and
7-2 Final Project Submission: Statistical Analysis Report

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