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Description

THE HEADING SHOULD BE METHODS THE OUTLINE IS

Method,

Participants

, Materials,

procedures

data analysis

(S) beejasmine10:

Include

Participants Section

Location/Area: New York State in Harlem

# of Participants: 384, about 400 who I want in my study. (But actually surveying 8 people just for the purpose of the method section)

50% male, 50% female

Age Range: (19-35)

Inclusion Criteria: include this section according to the study!!

Exclusion Criteria:Police/ law enforcement, No DUI convictions

Compensation: No compensation

*** “All Participants were treated following all ethical guidelines in accordance to the APA Code of Ethical Conduct.” Should be included at the end of this section!!

Materials Section

5 materials: (rosenberg self esteem,

professional

photographer,

Professional

equipment, 2 large lecture hall)

4 conditions: Names of conditions:(AN, AP, NP, NN)/1 demo survey(DO), describe them and how they’re different describe demographics survey(DO).

Measurements descriptions : surveys (4 conditions) provide 2 questions these surveys are asking and what they are asking and how questions are answered occurring to the surveys provided. ( Likert scale (identify range and what the numbers on the scale equal to) , Yes or No, open-ended) we used all !!! Use Survey for the 4 conditions

No control in study!!!

etc refer back to method instructions for more info.

This should be your longest section!!!

Procedure

Method of random

assignment

, clear how random

assignment

was achieved

Step by step directions: Identifying the participants, give them demo survey to determine eligibility, once good, randomly assign to 1 of 4 conditions, once they send survey thank them for there time. Indicate the demo survey was used first and than random

assignment

was done. In clude a specific script and what you would say to participants. No compensation given.

Data Analysis

2 IV for Jury Study

Statistical

Test

: 2 Way ANOVA, explain purpose of this

test

and reason. What they are looking for. You don’t have to explain data just statical

test

.

2 X 2 designs

Methods Information for Instructions
This Paper is a research assignment, still a paper! Transition sentences are
still necessary & the rules for writing a essay still apply.
Participants Section
Location/Area: New York State in Harlem
# of Participants: 384, about 400 who I want in my study. (But actually surveying 8 people just
for the purpose of the method section)
50% male, 50% female
Age Range: (19-35)
Inclusion Criteria: include this section according to the study!!
Exclusion Criteria:Police/ law enforcement, No DUI convictions
Compensation: No compensation
*** “All Participants were treated following all ethical guidelines in accordance to the APA
Code of Ethical Conduct.” Should be included at the end of this section!!
Materials Section
5 materials: (rosenberg self esteem, professional photographer, Professional equipment, 2 large
lecture hall)
4 conditions: Names of conditions:(AN, AP, NP, NN)/1 demo survey(DO), describe them and
how they’re different describe demographics survey(DO).
Measurements descriptions : surveys (4 conditions) provide 2 questions these surveys are asking
and what they are asking and how questions are answered occurring to the surveys provided.
( Likert scale (identify range and what the numbers on the scale equal to) , Yes or No, open-ended)
we used all !!! Use Survey for the 4 conditions
No control in study!!!
etc refer back to method instructions for more info.
This should be your longest section!!!
Procedure
Method of random assignment, clear how random assignment was achieved
Step by step directions: Identifying the participants, give them demo survey to determine
eligibility, once good, randomly assign to 1 of 4 conditions, once they send survey thank them for
there time. Indicate the demo survey was used first and than random assignment was done. In clude
a specific script and what you would say to participants. No compensation given.
Data Analysis
2 IV for Jury Study
Statistical Test: 2 Way ANOVA, explain purpose of this test and reason. What they are looking
for. You don’t have to explain data just statical test.
2 X 2 designs
Demographic Survey
-Name: Sam. Age:30
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity:
Black/AfricanAmerican
Highest education:
Some college courses
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 10 years
License points:
points
Been in Car accident:
Yes
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
-Name: Sonia.
Age:29
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity:
Hispanic
Highest education:
Some college courses
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: No
How long: 0 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: No
Ever sue someone:
No
-Name: Emily.Age:28
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity: White
Highest education:
Professional PH.D
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 5 years
License points:
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Name: Ariel. Age:29
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity: White
Highest education:
Professional degree
Ph.D
Employed: Yes
Children: Yes
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 8 years
License points:
points
Been in Car accident:
Yes
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
-Name: Guillermo.
Age:21
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity: Asian
Highest education:
High school
Employed: Yes
-Name: Laura.
Age:24
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity:
Hispanic
Highest education:
Some college courses
-Name: Jessica.
Age:26
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity:
Hispanic
Highest education:
Some college courses
-Name: Nick. Age:25
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity:
Black/AfricanAmerican
Highest education:
High School
Children: Yes
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 4 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
Yes
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 3 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 10 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
Yes
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 4 years
License points: 3
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
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CHAPTER FOURTEEN
WRITING AND
ASSEMBLING
THE METHOD
SECTION
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METHOD
– The objective of the method section is to provide sufficient
detail about your experiment to enable readers to evaluate
its appropriateness or replicate your study should they
desire.
– The method section is typically made up of four
subsections: Participants, Materials, Procedure, and Data
Analysis.
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METHOD
– Section should directly continue at the end of the Intro
section
– No need to start a new page
– Method is a level 1 section heading which occurs without a
break following the introduction. Put on new page only if it
falls on last line of previous page.
METHOD
– Subsections are put in a level 2 heading.
– Level 2 heading
• A section title that is flush with the left margin, in
boldface, and has the first letter of each major word
capitalized. Occupies a line by itself.
PARTICIPANTS
– Answers these questions:
• What is the population you’re interested in?
• How were the participants selected? (if flyers are used,
explain where the flyers were posted and what the flyers
said.)
• What are the demographics you’re looking for?
• What is your inclusion and exclusion criteria?
• How many people do you want in the study?
PARTICIPANTS
• Different ways of writing
– Some journal articles fully describes their sample
– Other articles describes the sample they intend on getting
• For this class:
– Only describe the sample you intend on getting
– DO NOT describe the actual sample!!!!
PARTICIPANTS (SAMPLE)
200 students from City College of New York were recruited
through fliers posted throughout campus. Participants must be
between the ages of 18 and 25, currently enrolled as a full time
student, and has 20/20 vision (corrective lenses are acceptable).
Participants over 25 years old, attending school part time, and
listed as undeclared majors will be excluded from the study.
MATERIALS
– The second subsection of the method section.
– Contains information about materials used in the
experiment.
– You should be describing everything that is used
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MATERIALS
– If you use equipment in the experiment, you should label
this subsection Apparatus.
– If your “equipment” consists of standardized psychological
testing materials, then the label Testing Instruments (or
Measures) would be appropriate.
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MATERIALS
• Apparatus
– Specify any equipment
– This includes any computer task, program, or system
– Anything listed in this section should be fully described so
that it’s clear how it works
– If you are using any specific program or system, be sure to
specify the model and versions
MATERIALS (SAMPLE)
Participants’ brain wave activities were recorded using a Biosemi
electroencephalography (EEG) system. The system required the
participant to wear a fitted cap with 120 designated electrode
sites. These electrode sites were filled with a green gel to act as
an adhesive to collect the data. Facial movements were also
collected via external electrodes; they’re placed on the corner of
the eyes, below and above the right eye, bridge of the nose, and
behind both ears.
MATERIALS
• Testing instruments
– Any measurements, surveys, scales, or structured interviews
should be described completely
• Indicate the measurement’s reliability (Cronbach’s alpha)
• Reliable measurements should have an article about how
it’s reliable and for what population.
• Be sure to cite the article
MATERIALS
• Testing instruments
– Give an example of one or two questions it will ask
• Or give a general idea of what the questions are asking
– How are the questions answered?
• Likert scale?
• Yes/no?
• Open ended?
MATERIALS (SAMPLE)
Using the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems-Circumplex-Item
Response Theory (IIP-C-IRT), an individual’s personality in regards
to their relationships with those around them was assessed. The
IIP-C-IRT is a short version of the IIP-C which consisted of 32
statements that participants rated on a Likert Scale from 0-5 on
how much they agree with each statement; 5 meant strongly agree.
This version was developed using item response theory (IRT), which
provided a more precise and brief measure (Sodano & Tracey,
2011). Cronbach’s alpha for each scale ranged from .62 to .80
(Sodano & Tracey, 2011).
MATERIALS
• Additional materials (if applicable)
– Phone screening script
• Include sample questions
• Can also include a copy at the end of paper (Appendices)
– Be sure to refer to it in paper
MATERIALS (SAMPLE)
• Researchers utilized a phone screen to determine potential
participants’ eligibility to the study. Phone screens followed a
10 question structured script asking participants demographic
information such as “What is your age?” and “what is your
race/ethnicity?” For more information regarding the phone
screen, please see Appendix A.
MATERIALS
• Additional materials (if applicable)
– Specific personnel necessary to conduct study
• Who are they? How many are needed?
• Indicate their training requirements
– Miscellaneous supplies (pens, paper…)
MATERIALS (SAMPLE)
• This study recruited the help of four clinical therapists to utilize
the Structural Clinical Interview for DSM-5. The therapists are
Masters level clinicians with at least 3 years of clinical and
research experience. In addition to their personal experience,
therapists are required to undergo a 3 hour training for this
study, and is required to attend weekly supervision with the
principal investigator to discuss any issues.
PROCEDURE
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDA3_5982h8
PROCEDURE
– The third subsection of the method section.
– Provides a step-by-step account of what the participants
and experimenter did during the experiment.
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PROCEDURE
– Typically the longest of the four components of the method
section.
– Its length will vary depending on the complexity of your
experiment.
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PROCEDURE
– Your primary goal in the procedure subsection is to
describe how you conducted your experiment.
– You should give enough information to allow a replication
of your method, but do not include unnecessary details.
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PROCEDURE
– The key point is that experimenters should provide you
with the information you need to understand what they
did in their experiment and how they did it.
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PROCEDURE
Details should include:
– Recruitment strategies
• If flier, where was it posted?
• If compensation provided, how much?
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PROCEDURE (SAMPLE)
• Research assistants posted fliers in City College of New York
campus requesting volunteers to participate in research study.
Fliers provided brief explanation of study, and indicated phone
number to call and compensation of $50 upon completion.
• The first 100 people were given a brief phone interview to
determine eligibility.
PROCEDURE
Details should include:
– Method of random assignment (if applicable) and/or
method of matching (if applicable)
• Be clear with how random assignment was achieved
• Identify what you’re matching participants on
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PROCEDURE (SAMPLE)
• The initial 100 participants were matched with another 100
participants in terms of gender, ethnicity, and age.
• The pairs of participants were asked to pick one of two cards.
Participants who chose an odd number are assigned to Group
1 and participants who chose an even number are assigned to
Group 2.
PROCEDURE
Details should include:
– Clear distinctions on how independent groups differ
• Be specific on what makes the groups different
• Need to be clear on what the manipulation is
• Experimental conditions should be fully explained so that it’s
clear what the difference between that and the control
conditions are
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PROCEDURE (SAMPLE)
• Participants in Group 1 were escorted to a large lecture hall
where they are provided with explicit instructions on how to
take the best professional photo for their LinkedIn page.
Instructions were given by a professional photographer on the
stage where participants sit in the audience. Participants were
given pen and paper to take notes. The lecture lasted for 1.5
hours.
PROCEDURE (SAMPLE)
• Participants in Group 2 were escorted to a large lecture hall
where they are provided with explicit instructions on how to
take the best professional photo for their LinkedIn page.
Participants and professional photographer were on stage
together where photographer allowed participants to handle
professional equipment to try to take the best professional
photo. There were 10 professional photographers available for
the 100 participants to interact with. The interaction lasted for
1.5 hours
PROCEDURE
Details should include:
– Order of material presentation
• When are different materials used?
• Specific time frame between trials/ treatments/ conditions?
– Debriefing (if applicable)
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PROCEDURE (SAMPLE)
• After the groups’ interactions with the photographers, they
were given the Rosenberg Self Esteem scale to fill out.
Participants were given about 10 minutes to complete the selfreport.
• Upon completion, participants were given $50 for their time.
• Participants were also given an opportunity to ask the
researcher any questions at the end of the study.
DATA ANALYSIS
– The fourth subsection of the method section.
– Provides a clear explanation as to what statistical test is
appropriate for your study
– The test you chose should correspond with the DV you’re
looking at and the amount of levels you have for the IV
DATA ANALYSIS
– Having this in your manuscripts helps you plan ahead for
the results section
• This section is only to help you decide what is the
appropriate test
• You are NOT analyzing data here.
• You need to know what test you’re doing before doing
any analyses
DATA ANALYSIS
• Need to include:
– Most appropriate test given your study’s design
– Explanation of this particular statistical test
• To do this, you need to know what test corresponds with
your design
DATA ANALYSIS
• If your design is a…
– Two Group Design
t-test
– Multiple Group Design
One Way ANOVA
– Factorial Design
___ Way ANOVA *
* For Factorial Designs, the amount of ways is dependent on
how many IVs you have in your design
DATA ANALYSIS
• Need to include:
– What is the test looking for?
• t-test
Differences
• One-Way ANOVA
Differences
• ____-Way ANOVA
Interactions and main effects
• Correlations
Relationships
• Remember: your proposal cannot be based entirely on
Correlations
DATA ANALYSIS
• Need to include:
– Lower level analyses you might do if your initial one was not
significant
– Other analyses you’re also interested in doing, but not
directly related to your hypothesis
DATA ANALYSIS
• Say you’re doing a Factorial Design with 3 IVs, and each IV has
2 levels
• How would you write your study in short hand notation?
–2 x 2 x 2
• What would be appropriate statistical test?
– 3 Way ANOVA
DATA ANALYSIS
• The 3 Way ANOVA will be the main statistical analysis you use.
• But remember, you need to indicate the smaller analyses you
can also use if it doesn’t work
• Keep going down the line…
DATA ANALYSIS
3 Way ANOVA (looks at 3 IVs)
• Looks at the Interactions between 3 IVs:
– Factor A with Factor B with Factor C
• Also looks at the main effects of each IV separately*
– Factor A
– Factor B
– Factor C
*Factors with more than 2 levels will require an additional step
DATA ANALYSIS
3 Way ANOVA (looks at 3 IVs)
2 Way ANOVA (looks at 2 IVs)
• Looks at the Interactions between 2 IVs at a time:
– Factor A with Factor B
– Factor A with Factor C
– Factor B with Factor C
DATA ANALYSIS
2 Way ANOVA (looks at 2 IVs)
1 Way ANOVA (looks at 1 IV with more than 2 levels)
• Part of main effect analysis
• Used to determine if the IV is statistically significant
• Only looks at one IV
• Does not tell you difference between groups
• Need to do post hoc t-tests ADDITIONAL STEP
DATA ANALYSIS (SAMPLE)
The study is aimed to determine the effects of therapy and art
activity on an individual’s depression symptoms. Participants’
level of depression was measured before the exposure to the
manipulated variables, right after the variables, and 3 months
later.
• How many IVs? 3: Therapy, Art Activity, Time
• What is the appropriate statistical analysis? 3 Way ANOVA
DATA ANALYSIS (SAMPLE)
A 3 Way ANOVA will be analyzed to determine the interactions
between these three variables in terms of the participants’ level
of depression. Main effects of therapy, art activity, and time with
be analyzed separately. If the 3 Way ANOVA produced no
significant interaction, 2 Way ANOVAs will be used to determine
if there are significant interactions between therapy and art
activity, therapy and time, and art activity and time.
EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSY 321)
Method Section Instructions
Students are to put together a complete Method Section for the Jury Paper and Proposal Paper. See syllabus
for due dates
Safe Assign submissions are due by class time
Hard Copies are due in class
Paper must include:
• Title Page with title that includes variables and what you’re looking for, running head, pg number, group
members as per APA style
• Revised Introduction before the Method section and works cited page at the end of the document
• Works cited page must include all articles—including any articles you may have cited in the Method
section.
• All parts of the method section are written in paragraph form
o Participants—This section is to describe the population you’re interested in and the sample
you’re hoping to get.
â–ª Where are you recruiting them from? Describe the area/ location.
• You should not be putting how you recruit them here. How you recruit them
should be written in the Procedure section.
â–ª number of participants
â–ª % male/female
▪ Age range you’re looking for
â–ª Inclusion criteria
â–ª Exclusion criteria
â–ª Is there any compensation being given? (Money? Course credit?)
▪ Include the following sentence at the end: “All participants were treated following all
ethical guidelines in accordance to the APA Code of Ethical Conduct.”
â–ª
NOTE: For the Jury Paper, you are NOT be writing about the people you collected data
from—this information comes later in the manuscript and does not belong in this
assignment.
o Materials
â–ª everything used in the study
â–ª What demographics are you looking at? Is there a questionnaire for this?
â–ª This includes any specific measurements/ surveys you will be using
• Are you creating a survey? If so, how do you know it’s reliable and valid?
▪ Describe measurements—be as clear and concise as possible.
• If using a measurement from another study, cite any article that can vouch for
reliability.
• If Likert scale, how many questions? What is the scale? What do the numbers
mean? Is this reliable?
â–ª If you’re running a task (like a computer program), make sure you explain what’s
happening in the task and how it will be administered
â–ª Make sure your measurements are measuring what you’re looking for.
â–ª Include all important descriptions that are necessary for replication
â–ª What are you controlling for? Are you using anything to control for it? How are you
controlling for them?
â–ª
â–ª
â–ª
If you are having trained research assistants, make sure you describe anything you are
controlling
If you are using confederates, make sure you explain and describe them
Make sure language is concise and consistent (if you call a measurement a “survey”, don’t
call it a “questionnaire” later)
o Procedure
â–ª How was sampling done? Random sampling?
â–ª Was there any random assignment? How was this done? What did you do?
â–ª If no random assignment, how were the participants grouped? How do you eliminate
extraneous variables?
â–ª Step-by-step directions (if applicable). Make it detailed enough so replication is possible
▪ Protocol—Do you have a specific script? What do you say to the participants? If the
script is different for different conditions, make sure you indicate this.
â–ª Debriefing (if applicable)
o Data Analysis
▪ Clearly indicate what type of statistical test you’re using. Make sure the test you choose
correctly reflects your study and the type of DV you’re measuring.
â–ª Any additional tests you might do. (Large to small)
â–ª Be sure to explain the purpose and reason for your statistical test(s). What are these tests
looking for? Again, you’re not expected to explain the data you collected, all you have to
do is describe the statistical test.
Despite the fact that this is a research assignment, this is still a paper. Transition sentences are still necessary
and the rules of writing an essay still apply!
Title Page
Revised Intro and Works Cited
Participants
Materials
Procedures
Effective/ Developing
Title includes variables and some
articulation of relations (e.g., “difference
between…”; “effects of x on y”). RH
shortened and within character limit. APA
style is completely correct.
Less Effective
All relevant parts of the title page are
included (variables of interest and
articulation of relations). Title/RH is
appropriate but may not be very concise.
APA style is mostly correct with one or two
errors.
Poor
Not Provided
Title/RH does not effectively convey all the Title/RH is not appropriate for a scientific
variables in the study. Some needed
paper. Title page does not follow APA style.
elements may be missing. APA style
followed by with major errors.
2
All questions and errors from previous
assignment have been addressed and
corrected. No new errors or questions.
1.5
Most questions and errors from previous
assignments have been corrected. Some
statements are still vague. No new errors or
questions.
1
New draft raised some new questions.
Vague statements have not been
corrected.
0.5
No revision provided
10
Participant information includes number
and all necessary characteristics.
Exclusions/inclusions based on behavior
are noted, as are any recruitment criteria or
special arrangements (e.g.,
compensation/course credit). Ethical
treatment of participants declared.
6
One relevant characteristic of the
participants may be missing from the
description. Exclusion/inclusions are noted
as are recruitment criteria or special
arrangements (e.g., compensation/course
credit); however, they could be clearer.
Ethical treatment of participants declared.
3
Sample is not complete given hypotheses
(more than one relevant characteristic
missing) but is described. Does not include
either recruitment criteria or exclusion
information. Lacks statement of ethical
treatment of participants.
0
Sample is not complete given the
hypotheses. Participants are poorly
described; replication would not be
possible
3
Materials are appropriate given
hypotheses and checked for reliability
(manipulation check). Sample items and
scale of original questionnaires are
provided and are relevant to study
questions. Materials described in enough
details that replication is possible.
2
Materials are appropriate but not
complete or not checked for reliability
(manipulation check). The description is
adequate but could use more detail.
Sample items and scale of original
questionnaires provided but may not be
sufficiently relevant to study questions.
1
0.5
Materials are incomplete and not checked Materials are incomplete and lacking in
for reliability, or they lack validity given the validity. They are not fully described.
hypothesis. They may also be adequate
but simplistic given the study goals. The
description is lacking in basic details (no
mention of sample items or scale utilized).
3
Procedure is appropriate. It is described, in
order, with enough detail that a reader
could replicate the study. Instructions and
protocol are included; any deception
addressed. Condition assignments are
clear; randomization is explained.
2
Procedure is appropriate. The description is
primarily complete but some minor details
may be missing, or some procedural
aspects could be explained more clearly.
Instructions and protocol are included and
appropriate, but could be stated more
clearly. Any deception is addressed.
Randomization is explained.
1
Procedure is appropriate. The description is
difficult to follow, or a few major details are
absent. Protocol and instructions present
but contains methodological flaws. Any
deception is left unaddressed.
Randomization may not be clearly
described.
0.5
Procedure is not appropriate or not ethical.
The description is unclear, or many major
details are absent.
3
Appropriate test is being proposed for the
study given the hypothesis, task, sample,
and type of variables. Includes additional
tests (post hoc tests if applicable). Explains
the purpose and reason behind statistical
test.
2
Proposed test does not fully match the
given hypothesis, task, sample, and type of
variables. Student might be confused levels
with the actual IV, therefore choosing the
wrong type of statistical analysis. Explains
the purpose and reason behind the
statistical test OR Appropriate test is
proposed, but missing additional tests
(even when they are applicable). Explains
the purpose and reason behind statistical
test.
1
Proposed test does not match the given
hypothesis, task, sample, and type of
variables. Missing an explaining regarding
the purpose and reason behind the
statistical test
0.5
Proposed test is not appropriate for the
task.
3
2
1
0.5
Data Analysis
APA Format
Scientific Writing Style
For the most part, information is included in
the appropriately titled sections. Style is
generally correct and must include correct
spacing, fonts, and margins. May have
minor mistakes in punctuation of
references, in-text citations, statistical copy,
or headers.
For the most part, information is included in Four or more consistent style errors, or many APA format not followed
the appropriately titled sections. Consistent inconsistent style errors.
APA style errors in referencing, spacing, or
statistical copy.
3
Organization is effective although
improvements could be made. Transitions
are generally there, but are occasionally
not smooth, and paragraphs may stray
from the central idea. Tone is appropriately
formal. Punctuation and grammar are
almost completely correct. Sentences are
generally concise and word choice is
usually precise. Paraphrases are usually
used, and quotation marks are used
appropriately if necessary.
2
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paper difficult to follow. Transitions are
sometimes there, and those that are there
could be improved. Tone is occasionally
colloquial. Punctuation and grammar are
usually correct, but there are consistent
mistakes. Sentences are not always concise
and word choice is sometimes vague. The
author includes many quotes or improper
“paraphrases” that may constitute
unintentional plagiarism.
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Organization is confusing. Transitions are
Paper was poorly written with no
missing or are very weak. Tone is
consideration to writing style
consistently too informal. Punctuation and
grammar mistakes throughout the paper.
Sentences are not concise and word
choice is vague. The author strings together
quotations without enough original input.
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NOT→In Article Title by Authors….
According to Baumeister and Darley (1982), when the defendant is attractive and there is
vague information, participants were more likely to judge based on their level of attractiveness.
When the character/defendant was attractive, he had less years in jail (Baumeister & Darley,
1982).
Baumeister and Darley (1982) found that when the defendant was attractive, they had
significantly less years in jail, implying that people tend to judge others based on what type of
person they are as opposed to their actions of the time. This result shifts when the data was more
concise and less vague, indicating _____. These results are related to our current study because
of how we are looking at variability in judgement based on personality, which is synonymous to
the attractiveness variable in Baumeister and Darley’s (1982) study.
____________________________________________________________________
How does the driver’s personality AND mental health affect the level of punishment/judgement
the driver will receive?

Personality (pos and neg)
o Pos personality → punishment/ judgement
o Neg personality → punishment/ judgement

Mental health diagnosis (anxiety and no anxiety)
o Anxiety →punishment/judgement
o No anxiety → punishment/judgement
The information below does not apply for the Introduction section. This information is
more for the Method and Data Collection, which happens later on.
Group Work→ Identify who we want in our Jury Study
1- Age range of your participants (19 to 35)
2- Any careers you want to exclude
a. Criminal justice
b. Psychologist
c. Judges
d. Police and law enforcement
e. Lawyers
f. Doctors
g. MH professionals
h. Cab drivers
i. Retirees
j. Market researchers
k. People in advertising
l. People in their first year in college
3- Where are these participants from / where are you recruiting from
a. NYS
4- One more exclusion
a. People who experienced hit and runs (car accidents) before
b. No dui convicts
c. People with criminal background
d. Non-drivers (permit holders are allowed)
e. Anyone who has sued someone before
f. Parents
5- One additional question that you want to ask
a. How long have you been driving?
b. Have you or someone ever driven under the influence?
c. Do you judge someone based on their appearances?
d. How many points do you have on your license?
e. Have you even been involved in a road accident?
f. Did you have any trauma throughout your life?
g. Have you ever witnessed a road accident before or know someone who has
personally?
h. On a scale from 1 to 10 how much do you trust the justice system?
i. Are you a licensed driver?
DP
Participant ID_____
This is an anonymous questionnaire to assess the manner in which people judge various offenses. Below is a
brief account of a criminal offense. When you have finished reading the case account, you will be asked to give
your personal opinion concerning the case. Take as much time as you want in reading and contemplating the
case before you fill out the questionnaire at the end. Remember that we are interested in your personal opinion,
so please give your own personal judgment and not how you feel others might react to the case or how you feel
you should react to it.
Ben Davis, 25 years old, was driving home on New Year’s Eve when his automobile struck and killed a
pedestrian. The circumstances leading to this event were as follows: Mr. Davis was driving through the quiet
streets in Harlem at around 10:30PM. He was on his way home from work. While driving, he received a call
from his friend asking to be picked up, which Mr. Davis agreed to do. His friend gave him an address where
Mr. Davis promptly put into his Google maps.
While entering the address, Mr. Davis ran a red light and struck a pedestrian crossing the street. He
immediately stopped the car and called 911 at 10:40PM. Both Mr. Davis and the pedestrian were sent to the
hospital. The pedestrian died on the way to the hospital. She was a 39 years old single mother of two children
under 10 years old. It was later ascertained that the internal hemorrhaging was the cause of death.
Mr. Davis had no injuries and reported not being on any medication. A drug test confirmed this report. He was
later apprehended and charged with negligent homicide.
Ben Davis has a criminal record and had been extorting money from shopkeepers on Amsterdam Avenue in
exchange for “protection.” He is alleged to be responsible for the beatings of two men on Riverside Drive.
Friends, family, and co-workers often describe him as “someone they didn’t want to cross” and has been known
to use fear tactics to get what he wants. He had been out of jail on bond, awaiting trial on an indictment for mail
fraud. At the time of the incident, witnesses saw Mr. Davis attempting to flee the scene upon the police’s
arrival; and when apprehended, he claimed that it was the pedestrian’s fault and that someone else hit her.
Bystanders said he looked “angry and frustrated” and kept asking if he can leave.
1
DP
Participant ID_____
Please indicate your impression of the defendant on the following scale. Circle the number which is closest to
your impression of him.
Extremely unfavorable
1
Extremely favorable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Is Ben Davis taking any medication? _______ yes _______ no
Your job is to determine how many years of imprisonment according to your own judgment, Davis should
receive. After you have considered the case presented on the previous pages, note below how many years of
imprisonment you, as judge, would give him.
How many years should Ben Davis get in jail? _________________
Do you believe he should be eligible for parole? ____ yes ____ no
How much do you trust the justice system? Circle the number which is closest to your impression of the justice
system.
Extremely untrustworthy
1
2
Extremely trustworthy
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Thank you very much for your participation. Please put this in the envelope the researcher has so that your
questionnaire will remain anonymous.
2
DP
Participant ID_____
This is an anonymous questionnaire to assess the manner in which people judge various offenses. Below is a
brief account of a criminal offense. When you have finished reading the case account, you will be asked to give
your personal opinion concerning the case. Take as much time as you want in reading and contemplating the
case before you fill out the questionnaire at the end. Remember that we are interested in your personal opinion,
so please give your own personal judgment and not how you feel others might react to the case or how you feel
you should react to it.
Ben Davis, 25 years old, was driving home on New Year’s Eve when his automobile struck and killed a
pedestrian. The circumstances leading to this event were as follows: Mr. Davis was driving through the quiet
streets in Harlem at around 10:30PM. He was on his way home from work. While driving, he received a call
from his friend asking to be picked up, which Mr. Davis agreed to do. His friend gave him an address where
Mr. Davis promptly put into his Google maps.
While entering the address, Mr. Davis ran a red light and struck a pedestrian crossing the street. He
immediately stopped the car and called 911 at 10:40PM. Both Mr. Davis and the pedestrian were sent to the
hospital. The pedestrian died on the way to the hospital. She was a 39 years old single mother of two children
under 10 years old. It was later ascertained that the internal hemorrhaging was the cause of death.
Mr. Davis had no injuries and reported not being on any medication. A drug test confirmed this report. He was
later apprehended and charged with negligent homicide.
Ben Davis is an active member of Community Board 12; he is often seen volunteering in nearby soup kitchens
and church. Friends, family, and co-workers often describe him as “altruistic-to-a-fault” and has been known to
advocate for low income families within the community. A week before the incident, Davis was in the
Foundling Hospital, an institution where he was delivering gifts he purchased for the orphans who live there,
and was setting up a program to provide the children with additional educational resources. At the time of the
incident, witnesses saw Mr. Davis admitting to being the driver and cooperating with the police in the
investigation. Bystanders said he looked “visibly upset” and kept asking if there’s anything he can do to make it
right.
1
DP
Participant ID_____
Please indicate your impression of the defendant on the following scale. Circle the number which is closest to
your impression of him.
Extremely unfavorable
1
Extremely favorable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Is Ben Davis taking any medication? _______ yes _______ no
Your job is to determine how many years of imprisonment according to your own judgment, Davis should
receive. After you have considered the case presented on the previous pages, note below how many years of
imprisonment you, as judge, would give him.
How many years should Ben Davis get in jail? _________________
Do you believe he should be eligible for parole? ____ yes ____ no
How much do you trust the justice system? Circle the number which is closest to your impression of the justice
system.
Extremely untrustworthy
1
2
Extremely trustworthy
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Thank you very much for your participation. Please put this in the envelope the researcher has so that your
questionnaire will remain anonymous.
2
AP
Participant ID_____
This is an anonymous questionnaire to assess the manner in which people judge various offenses. Below is a
brief account of a criminal offense. When you have finished reading the case account, you will be asked to give
your personal opinion concerning the case. Take as much time as you want in reading and contemplating the
case before you fill out the questionnaire at the end. Remember that we are interested in your personal opinion,
so please give your own personal judgment and not how you feel others might react to the case or how you feel
you should react to it.
Ben Davis, 25 years old, was driving home on New Year’s Eve when his automobile struck and killed a
pedestrian. The circumstances leading to this event were as follows: Mr. Davis was driving through the quiet
streets in Harlem at around 10:30PM. He was on his way home from work. While driving, he received a call
from his friend asking to be picked up, which Mr. Davis agreed to do. His friend gave him an address where
Mr. Davis promptly put into his Google maps.
While entering the address, Mr. Davis ran a red light and struck a pedestrian crossing the street. He
immediately stopped the car and called 911 at 10:40PM. Both Mr. Davis and the pedestrian were sent to the
hospital. The pedestrian died on the way to the hospital. She was a 39 years old single mother of two children
under 10 years old. It was later ascertained that the internal hemorrhaging was the cause of death.
Mr. Davis had no injuries. During his evaluation, he reported that he’s being treated for Generalized Anxiety
Disorder using SSRIs and provided his psychiatrist’s contact information. His psychiatrist confirmed the
diagnosis and a drug test confirmed SSRIs in his system. He was later apprehended and charged with negligent
homicide.
Ben Davis is an active member of Community Board 12; he is often seen volunteering in nearby soup kitchens
and church. Friends, family, and co-workers often describe him as “altruistic-to-a-fault” and has been known to
advocate for low income families within the community. A week before the incident, Davis was in the
Foundling Hospital, an institution where he was delivering gifts he purchased for the orphans who live there,
and was setting up a program to provide the children with additional educational resources. At the time of the
incident, witnesses saw Mr. Davis admitting to being the driver and cooperating with the police in the
investigation. Bystanders said he looked “visibly upset” and kept asking if there’s anything he can do to make it
right.
1
AP
Participant ID_____
Please indicate your impression of the defendant on the following scale. Circle the number which is closest to
your impression of him.
Extremely unfavorable
1
Extremely favorable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Is Ben Davis taking any medication? _______ yes _______ no
Your job is to determine how many years of imprisonment according to your own judgment, Davis should
receive. After you have considered the case presented on the previous pages, note below how many years of
imprisonment you, as judge, would give him.
How many years should Ben Davis get in jail? _________________
Do you believe he should be eligible for parole? ____ yes ____ no
How much do you trust the justice system? Circle the number which is closest to your impression of the justice
system.
Extremely untrustworthy
1
2
Extremely trustworthy
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Thank you very much for your participation. Please put this in the envelope the researcher has so that your
questionnaire will remain anonymous.
2
DN
Participant ID____
This is an anonymous questionnaire to assess the manner in which people judge various offenses. Below is a
brief account of a criminal offense. When you have finished reading the case account, you will be asked to give
your personal opinion concerning the case. Take as much time as you want in reading and contemplating the
case before you fill out the questionnaire at the end. Remember that we are interested in your personal opinion,
so please give your own personal judgment and not how you feel others might react to the case or how you feel
you should react to it.
Ben Davis, 25 years old, was driving home on New Year’s Eve when his automobile struck and killed a
pedestrian. The circumstances leading to this event were as follows: Mr. Davis was driving through the quiet
streets in Harlem at around 10:30PM. He was on his way home from work. While driving, he received a call
from his friend asking to be picked up, which Mr. Davis agreed to do. His friend gave him an address where
Mr. Davis promptly put into his Google maps.
While entering the address, Mr. Davis ran a red light and struck a pedestrian crossing the street. He
immediately stopped the car and called 911 at 10:40PM. Both Mr. Davis and the pedestrian were sent to the
hospital. The pedestrian died on the way to the hospital. She was a 39 years old single mother of two children
under 10 years old. It was later ascertained that the internal hemorrhaging was the cause of death.
Mr. Davis had no injuries. During his evaluation, he reported that he’s being treated for Generalized Anxiety
Disorder using SSRIs and provided his psychiatrist’s contact information. His psychiatrist confirmed the
diagnosis and a drug test confirmed SSRIs in his system. He was later apprehended and charged with negligent
homicide.
Ben Davis has a criminal record and had been extorting money from shopkeepers on Amsterdam Avenue in
exchange for “protection.” He is alleged to be responsible for the beatings of two men on Riverside Drive.
Friends, family, and co-workers often describe him as “someone they didn’t want to cross” and has been known
to use fear tactics to get what he wants. He had been out of jail on bond, awaiting trial on an indictment for mail
fraud. At the time of the incident, witnesses saw Mr. Davis attempting to flee the scene upon the police’s
arrival; and when apprehended, he claimed that it was the pedestrian’s fault and that someone else hit her.
Bystanders said he looked “angry and frustrated” and kept asking if he can leave.
1
DN
Participant ID____
Please indicate your impression of the defendant on the following scale. Circle the number which is closest to
your impression of him.
Extremely unfavorable
1
Extremely favorable
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Is Ben Davis taking any medication? _______ yes _______ no
Your job is to determine how many years of imprisonment according to your own judgment, Davis should
receive. After you have considered the case presented on the previous pages, note below how many years of
imprisonment you, as judge, would give him.
How many years should Ben Davis get in jail? _________________
Do you believe he should be eligible for parole? ____ yes ____ no
How much do you trust the justice system? Circle the number which is closest to your impression of the justice
system.
Extremely untrustworthy
1
2
Extremely trustworthy
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Thank you very much for your participation. Please put this in the envelope the researcher has so that your
questionnaire will remain anonymous.
2
A driver is involved in a hit and run incident. When the driver is apprehended and brought
before a jury for punishment, an issue arises as to whether the personality and anxiety of the driver
affect the level of punishment that they will receive. The incident in question concerns a man
known as Ben Davis. Ben Davis is accused of hitting a pedestrian by car, which he was driving
before fleeing the scene. There are two personal characteristics that may be used to describe Ben
Davis. One description is positive, while the other is negative. On the positive side, Ben Davis is
described as a person who is committed to the wellbeing of the community. He exhibits this
characteristic through volunteerism and taking active participation on community projects,
especially those involving the church. A week before the accident, Ben Davis was at a hospital
delivering gifts to patients and orphans in the facility. When the accident occurred, witnesses who
were at the scene attested that Ben Davis cooperated with the police, and he admitted that he was
responsible for the accident. He is described as having been devastated by the events, and he sought
to know if there was anything he could do to make things right.
There is another personality of Ben Davis that is presented. In this second narration, Ben
Davis is presented as a criminal whose reputation stinks to the high seas. Ben Davis is propounded
as a criminal whose said to have been extorting money from business persons by offering security
to the persons. He is also suspected to have been responsible for the battering and beating of two
men in Riverside Drive. Ben Davis is said to have been using fear tactics to force allegiance from
the people. To make things worse, Ben Davis is currently facing criminal charges, having been
accused of mail fraud, and he is currently out on bond. In the current case, when the accident
occurred, Ben Davis made an attempt to flee the scene. However, he was PERSONALITY,
ANXIETY, LEVEL OF PENALTIES 3 apprehended, but he claimed that it was the pedestrian
who was at fault and that the victim was hit by another driver. Even after being apprehended, Ben
Davis looked angry and devastated, and he was very eager to leave the scene.
In the face of these two different perspectives on the personality of Ben Davis, the question
that one asks is whether the driver’s personality and anxiety affect the severity of punishment the
driver will receive. Since there is no doubt that the culprit will have to be punished because of the
offense, the main concern is the extent to which the personality of the driver will influence the
punishment being delivered.
Methods Information for Instructions
This Paper is a research assignment, still a paper! Transition sentences are
still necessary & the rules for writing a essay still apply.
Participants Section
Location/Area: New York State in Harlem
# of Participants: 384, about 400 who I want in my study. (But actually surveying 8 people just
for the purpose of the method section)
50% male, 50% female
Age Range: (19-35)
Inclusion Criteria: include this section according to the study!!
Exclusion Criteria:Police/ law enforcement, No DUI convictions
Compensation: No compensation
*** “All Participants were treated following all ethical guidelines in accordance to the APA
Code of Ethical Conduct.” Should be included at the end of this section!!
Materials Section
5 materials: (rosenberg self esteem, professional photographer, Professional equipment, 2 large
lecture hall)
4 conditions: Names of conditions:(AN, AP, NP, NN)/1 demo survey(DO), describe them and
how they’re different describe demographics survey(DO).
Measurements descriptions : surveys (4 conditions) provide 2 questions these surveys are asking
and what they are asking and how questions are answered occurring to the surveys provided.
( Likert scale (identify range and what the numbers on the scale equal to) , Yes or No, open-ended)
we used all !!! Use Survey for the 4 conditions
No control in study!!!
etc refer back to method instructions for more info.
This should be your longest section!!!
Procedure
Method of random assignment, clear how random assignment was achieved
Step by step directions: Identifying the participants, give them demo survey to determine
eligibility, once good, randomly assign to 1 of 4 conditions, once they send survey thank them for
there time. Indicate the demo survey was used first and than random assignment was done. In clude
a specific script and what you would say to participants. No compensation given.
Data Analysis
2 IV for Jury Study
Statistical Test: 2 Way ANOVA, explain purpose of this test and reason. What they are looking
for. You don’t have to explain data just statical test.
2 X 2 designs
Demographic Survey
-Name: Sam. Age:30
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity:
Black/AfricanAmerican
Highest education:
Some college courses
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 10 years
License points:
points
Been in Car accident:
Yes
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
-Name: Sonia.
Age:29
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity:
Hispanic
Highest education:
Some college courses
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: No
How long: 0 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: No
Ever sue someone:
No
-Name: Emily.Age:28
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity: White
Highest education:
Professional PH.D
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 5 years
License points:
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Name: Ariel. Age:29
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity: White
Highest education:
Professional degree
Ph.D
Employed: Yes
Children: Yes
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 8 years
License points:
points
Been in Car accident:
Yes
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
-Name: Guillermo.
Age:21
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity: Asian
Highest education:
High school
Employed: Yes
-Name: Laura.
Age:24
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity:
Hispanic
Highest education:
Some college courses
-Name: Jessica.
Age:26
Gender: Female
Race/ethnicity:
Hispanic
Highest education:
Some college courses
-Name: Nick. Age:25
Gender: Male
Race/ethnicity:
Black/AfricanAmerican
Highest education:
High School
Children: Yes
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 4 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
Yes
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 3 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 10 years
License points: 0
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
Yes
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Employed: Yes
Children: No
State: NY
Driver’s license or
permit: Yes
How long: 4 years
License points: 3
points
Been in Car accident:
No
Witness Car accident:
No
Been issues DUI: No
Criminal Record: NO
Ever sue someone:
No
Hypothesis → link to current study
Method
Participants → check our inclusion/exclusion criteria Jury Info, about 400
Materials + describe everything we use: 4 conditions and the demographic survey
Procedure step by step, recruiting people from where? use demographic survey to assess
eligibility, method of random assignment, give them some time to complete survey
Data Analysis → Zway ANOVA, main effects and interactions.
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Hypothesis → link to current study
Method
Participants → check our inclusion/exclusion criteria Jury Info, about 400
Materials + describe everything we use: 4 conditions and the demographic survey
Procedure step by step, recruiting people from where? use demographic survey to assess
eligibility, method of random assignment, give them some time to complete survey
Data Analysis → Zway ANOVA, main effects and interactions.

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