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Results and Discussion Sections You have worked hard on this research project, and you are over halfway done! In the last project assignment, based on the data collected from your participants, you co

Results and Discussion Sections

You have worked hard on this research project, and you are over halfway done!

In the last project assignment, based on the data collected from your participants, you completed the Participants subsection for your research paper.

Now, let's work on what we have found and see whether your hypotheses (listed in your Introduction section) are supported by the data you collected. This assignment is about writing the Results and Discussion sections for your research paper.  

One of the prerequisites for this course is Introductory Statistics (PSYC 3301). The Results section is where you would utilize what you learned in that class.

If you need to refresh your memory on this subject, no worries; I have included a review and guide in the instructions below to help you interpret the statistical results and write up the findings using APA style. I recommend going over the instructions below as soon as possible, especially if you are not too familiar with statistical tests and results.  

  • Download this PDF that shows the results and data you collected: Findings.pdf download  
  • Download and carefully go over the instructions and examples in this PDF: Results & Discussion.pdf download  
  • Review the sample papers, particularly the Results and Discussion sections. Note that these sample papers are NOT the sample proposals you have already gone over. 
  • Check out the Common Writing Issues and Questions page before you finalize and submit your assignment.
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