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(3 marks) e) Elaborate the areas you consider when you craft a research uestion. (3 marks) 2 23/11/2017
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00075 Question 2 (12 marks) . A .researcher investigated different combinations of temperature and humidity to examine how heat affects performa e. The researcher compared three t mperature conditions (70°,80°, and 90°) with a humidity and a low humidif condition for each , temperature. A separate group of participants was tested in each of the 6 different conditions, and for each participant, the researcher recorded the n mber of errors made on a problem-solving task. I a) Identify the most appropriate statistical test (2 marks) b) Identify the independent variable(s) or factor(s) (2 marks) c) Identify the dependent variable (2 marks) d) Sketch a conceptual model (3 marks) e) Identify the scale of measurement for the independent and d pendent variables (3 marks) Question 3 (12 marks) Wearable "smart" prosthetics (artificial devices that replaces a missing body part) may improve mobility for patients who are recovering from a stroke or who have other conditions that impair/harm their walking ability. It is anticipated that improving mobility will lead to a range of health benefits. a) Considering the scenario above, define a research problem. (3 marks) b) Write down a possible research question for the above research problem. (3 marks) c) Briefly des6ribe the challenges that one might face in- his'typ.e of study.
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