Psychology essay: Any Topic

For each of the studies:1. Identify your hypothesis2. Identify your participants and explain what you are doing with your participants3. Identify your operationally defined variables (two for each study)4. Write a paragraph or two to describe all aspects of each study, right up to the point where you would actually do the study.5. Imagine you did the studies and that your hypotheses were supported. Include a simple statement of what conclusion can be drawn from each study.6. Include a final statement about how such psychological findings could be helpful to students.Finally, write a single paragraph to explain the differences between the findings of your two studies (i.e., how correlation and experiments are different)

Experimental Study. Hypothesis. Participants (and what you’ll do with them). Independent & Dependent Variables. Experimental & Control Conditions. Study narrative (1-2 paragraphs). Simple Conclusion Statement. Helpful to students?

Correlational Study. Hypothesis. Participants (and what you’ll do with them). Independent & Dependent Variables. Study narrative (1-2 paragraphs). Simple Conclusion Statement. Helpful to students?

Comparison. Explain differences in findings from your studies (1 paragraph)