Reflecting on the research that you did for your Annotated Bibliography last week, think of an area in the research that seems to be lacking or in which there is a controversy. You will do this by first coming up with an appropriate applied social psychology research question. Watch the
Developing a Research Question (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. video, which explains how to formulate a research question and provides examples of research questions. Then, you will create a short presentation (either a
screencast or PowerPoint recording) in which you will propose your idea for a study or an experiment to try and answer your research question.
Your research proposal presentation must include the following:
Your clearly stated research questionYour hypothesisAn explanation as to why this topic of research is important/necessaryScientific support for your hypothesis (drawn from annotated bibliography)An explanation of the research design (experimental or non-experimental)A description of the procedure that explainsHow many participants you will needWhat participants will do to complete the studyWhat results you expect to find
Guided Response: Review several of your colleagues’ posts and respond to at least two o
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