Experiment Homework

Experiment Homework

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Design an experiment. This can be anything. Choose something you care about or something you wonder about — that can be carried out in your home or without needing the consent of participants.

Design the experiment using all the essential components of the experiment. Be sure to write the design carefully prior to implementing it.

Your write-up needs to include:

1. What question are you interested in answering? (5 pts)

2. What is your hypothesis? (5 points)

3. What is your treatment and what is your dependent variable? (5 pts)

4. What is the design of your experiment? What essential items did you consider in designing your experiment? What were some of the limitations of the design that you knew even before you implemented it? (10 pts)
(Remember that you need to provide such explicit direction that the experiment could be replicated)

5. What are the steps involved with the implementation of your experiment? (35 pts)
(Remember that you need to provide such explicit direction that the experiment could be replicated)

Research Hypothesis
Provide a step by step description of how you implemented the experiment.
How did you collect your data? And, report the collection!!!

6. What are your findings from your experiment?

What did you observe? Did your findings support your hypothesis? Does your independent variable cause your dependent variable? Why or why not?

7. What are the limitations of your experiment and findings? What are the strengths of your findings?
Pose your research question as a research hypothesis. Don’t forget to consider what is the cause and what is the effect.

For example:

How does education impact income?


Bivariate Correlation
H1: The higher the level of education, the higher the level of income.
Run a bivariate correlation for your two primary variables (independent and dependent).

1. What is the strength and direction of your correlation?

2. Does it reach a level of statistical significance?

Provide the correlation matrix.

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