final research method paper 200 points!

I’m studying for my Psychology class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?

This assignment is worth 200 points.

please use the intro and methods section you used previously. This is a huge chunk of my grade I have to pass. There can be no APA formatting errors or I will fail. Organization is key.

Please read the information below carefully and review the attached rubric (below).

  • The final proposal paper integrates all of your completed and edited sections:

1) Introduction, 2) Method, and 3) Results.

  • It will also allow you to synthesize your interpretation of those findings in a Discussion. This is the time to respond to the feedback you received each week, correct any errors, and integrate all sections of your paper.
  • Check all instructor and CA feedback, make the necessary edits, and integrate into the Final Proposal.
  • Do NOT just copy/paste all sections into the Final proposal.
  • The final paper will include a Title page, Abstract, Discussion, and Reference page.
  • Follow the exact guidelines for writing an Abstract.
  • The Abstract comes after the Title page but before the main portion of your paper. It serves as a summary/overview/synopsis of your paper.

Abstract

  • Contains at least 150 words, but no more than 250 words
  • Is a summary of your research written in a very concise manner.
  • Includes complete sentences concisely describing your work that summarizes your hypothesis, methods, results, analysis, as well as any limitations discovered in your study.
  • Is placed on its own page after the Title page and before the Introduction.

The ABSTRACT includes the following information:

  • Problem statement: What problem are you trying to solve?
  • Motivation: Why would your readers care about the problem and the results? This section needs to note the importance of your work, any difficulty in studying the area, and the impact of your intended work with this the population.
  • Approach: How will you go about solving the problem? What important variables will you control or measure?
  • Results: What would you expect as results? Since your paper is a proposal, you will note the “expected” results.
  • Conclusions: What are the implications of your answer? Can your information impact the scientific literature? Why or why not? Are your results general, generalizable, or specific to only one specific case?

→ Review the articles that you read for this proposal as well as the authors’ abstracts for additional examples.

Discussion:

  • Begin with brief reasons for reading your study.
  • What did you study? Why?
  • What is your hypothesis? Was it supported by your “intended” measurements?
  • Why or why not?
  • Provide a “general” interpretation of our results, support for your conclusions, and why they are important.
  • Remind the reader what you found and interpret its significance.
  • The section will help to make sense of your potential measurement data, so to speak.
  • Describe any observable experiences or events that could account for your results.
  • Summarize your design and procedures and emphasize the reasons why your design has proved to be successful.
  • Note the reasons why your hypothesis might be incorrect. Could there be any possible explanations?
  • Consider any other variables (i.e., confounding or third variables that were not included but could have contributed to your results.
  • Summarize your conclusions relative to future work. By this part, I mean that I want you to frame this in the grand scheme of importance – why would anyone care? How should these results be used moving forward?
  • How would your research add to existing research? Consider how your research could impact society.
  • Discuss the limitations of your study – consider who you recruited, the measures you used, the procedures, etc.
  • Review the feedback from throughout the course and think about design issues that you didn’t address and could have used.
  • Note any recommendations for future research. If you were to re-design this project, what would you do differently?

Final Research Proposal Assignment Guide & Rubric

  • Review all former announcements regarding the format for the Final Proposal which now includes an Abstract, Results, and Discussion sections.

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FINAL Proposal Rubric

FINAL Proposal Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCover Page and Abstract

10.0 pts

Excellent

Cover page meets APA standards; Abstract is between 150-250 words. Serves as a concise description of the work that summarizes the hypothesis, methods, results, analysis, as well as any limitations discovered in the study.

8.0 pts

Proficient

Cover page meets APA standards or contains only minimal errors; Abstract is between 150-250 words, but is vague or underdeveloped in terms of summarizing the hypothesis, methods, results, analysis, as well as any limitations discovered in the study.

6.0 pts

Developing

Cover page contains some errors in APA formatting; Abstract exceeds 250 words, but is vague or underdeveloped in terms of summarizing the hypothesis, methods, results, analysis, as well as any limitations discovered in the study.

0.0 pts

Novice

Cover page OR Abstract is missing.

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction

40.0 pts

Excellent

Clearly articulates context and significance for the proposed research investigation. Provides adequate information support the background of the research question. Describes the specific question, hypothesis, and IV/DV variables. Explains the proposed significance of these findings. Citations are given.

35.0 pts

Proficient

Vaguely articulates context and significance for the proposed research investigation. Provides underdeveloped information support the background of the research question. Vaguely describes the specific question, hypothesis, and IV/DV variables. Explains the proposed significance of these findings. Citations are given.

25.0 pts

Developing

Vaguely articulates context and significance for the proposed research investigation. Provides underdeveloped information support the background of the research question. Vaguely describes the specific question, hypothesis, and IV/DV variables. Significance is unclear. Few citations are given.

0.0 pts

Novice

Very poorly articulates the significance or context and/or none provided at all. Excludes background information or fails to describe the hypotheses, research question, and variables.

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMethods

30.0 pts

Excellent

Clearly articulates the sample characteristics and the participants that will be recruited. Explains that informed consent or participant assent will be completed. Materials are explained, including how these instruments will be scored. Procedures are explained, including what analysis would be appropriate to use. Analysis makes sense for the types of variables described. Citations are given.

25.0 pts

Proficient

Provides minimal detail about the participants or sample. Excludes information about sampling or recruitment or does not explain the process of informed consent. Vague or underdeveloped information about measures or their scoring. Also, vague or underdeveloped information about procedures or analytic process. Citations are given.

20.0 pts

Developing

Participant or sample information is vague or underdeveloped. In addition, sampling or informed consent processes are excluded. Vague or underdeveloped information about measures or their scoring; Minimal information given about procedures or analytic process. The analytic plan is inappropriate to the types of variables included. One of these is either completely underdeveloped or excluded. No citations are given.

0.0 pts

Novice

No participant or sample information is provided. Very poorly articulates the materials that will be used or fails to include information about scoring. Or, no materials are included at all. Very poorly articulates the procedures or analytic process. Or this aspect of the paper is excluded.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResults

30.0 pts

Excellent

Clearly articulates the statistical test that was used. Provides clear description of expected results.

25.0 pts

Proficient

Vaguely describes the statistical test that was used. Provides only minimal description of expected results.

20.0 pts

Developing

Very poorly describes the statistical test that was used. Provides no description of expected results.

0.0 pts

Novice

No results section information is provided.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDiscussion

30.0 pts

Excellent

Includes a restatement of the hypothesis and expected results. Provides detailed description of implications of a correct hypothesis and/or an incorrect hypothesis. Discusses how this research would extend or demonstrate a significant improvement over previous research and how it would be beneficial to the field of psychology. Discusses other interpretations of the findings and ideas for future research that might improve on this research. Citations are given.

25.0 pts

Proficient

Vague or underdeveloped restatement of the hypothesis and expected results. Provides minimal description of implications of a correct hypothesis and/or an incorrect hypothesis. Discusses very minimally how this research would extend or demonstrate a significant improvement over previous research and how it would be beneficial to the field of psychology. Discusses other interpretations of the findings and ideas for future research that might improve on this research. Citations are given.

20.0 pts

Developing

Vague or underdeveloped restatement of the hypothesis and expected results. Provides minimal description of implications of a correct hypothesis and/or an incorrect hypothesis. Discusses very minimally how this research would extend or demonstrate a significant improvement over previous research and how it would be beneficial to the field of psychology. Discusses minimally other interpretations of the findings and ideas for future research that might improve on this research. One of these elements may be missing altogether Few to no citations are given.

0.0 pts

Novice

No discussion of hypothesis is included. Barely describes extension of this research or next steps. Fails to include any limitations. No citations are given.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormatting and APA

30.0 pts

Excellent

Little to no formatting errors. Title page and subsequent pages have proper headings. Reference citations have no major errors

25.0 pts

Proficient

Some formatting errors, but paper is still readable. Title page or headings may have minor errors that do not disrupt the flow of the paper. Reference citations have no major errors

20.0 pts

Developing

Several formatting errors that disrupt the readability of this paper. Title page may be excluded or running head not placed on paper. Reference citations have many errors

0.0 pts

Novice

Major formatting errors and the paper is poorly written. Or, paper contains major grammatical errors. Grammar and/or formatting disrupts the readability of the paper.

30.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting Mechanics

30.0 pts

Excellent

Little to no grammatical or spelling errors. Paper is appropriately written in past and future tense.

25.0 pts

Proficient

Some grammatical or spelling errors, but paper is still readable. May have minor errors with tense, but is consistent throughout paper so that it is readable.

20.0 pts

Developing

Several grammatical or spelling errors that disrupt the readability of this paper

0.0 pts

Novice

Major grammatical and spelling errors. Grammatical errors disrupt the readability of the paper.

30.0 pts

Total Points: 200.0

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