tep 1. Go to the library and search the literature (e.g., PsycINFO) for research on a topic of interest to you.Step 2. Find and read the “primary” references or primary research material in the psych

Step 1. Go to the library and search the literature (e.g., PsycINFO) for research on a topic of interest to you.Step 2. Find and read the “primary” references or primary research material in the psychology journals.Step 3. Organize, summarize, and draw conclusions regarding the information in the primary references.Step 4. Think critically about the information in the primary references. Were there any problems with the research? What needs to be done next?Step 5. From the critical thinking in step 4, develop a specific hypothesis regarding your primaryreferences. Step 6. Design a methodologically sound study to answer your specific hypothesis. Remember,the focus of this research paper is on methodology. Thus you should write the methodological part of the paper first. This will ensure that you have the correct focus. Once the method section is complete, write a 2-3 page introduction to your topic that logically leads the reader to your detailed methodology. The final paragraph in your introduction should include a testable hypothesis or two. The methodological section should be followed by a brief results section (just a sentence or two outlining the major statistical technique used and the main finding of your study – e.g., group differences). Once you report the main results, you will need a discussion/conclusion section and finally the reference section. The fictional data and detailed statistical analysis that you will perform to test your hypothesis are to be presented in the poster component of this assignment (i.e., showcase/graph group differences, correlations, etc.). . Step 7.Reread your background research and proposed methodology again and again. It should end up being a very logical report that uses APA format

The poster should include the following:Title of the poster, your name, and your research affiliation (e.g., University of Manitoba)AbstractIntroduction (brief and bulleted)Method (detailed and bulleted; flowcharts are nice)Results (detailed and bulleted; graphs, charts, and tables with captions are nice and required)Conclusions (brief and bulleted)References

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