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- Do yellow walls in hospital recovery rooms promote faster healing?
- Does the activity level on discussion boards impact final grades in online classes?
- Can music impact an individual’s mood?
- Can a history of childhood trauma have an impact on happiness as an adult?
Step 2: Design a Study
Now that you have chosen a research topic, answer each of the four questions below. Base your answers on your readings about psychological research methods.
Study Design Questions:
- Would you choose to use an experimental method or a correlational method to study this topic?
- Describe how you would carry out your study. In other words, state exactly what you would do in your study.
- Do you anticipate any confounding variables or expectancy effects in your study? If yes, describe them. If no, explain why not.
- Discuss how you would approach informed consent, risk/gain assessment, intentional deception, and debriefing in your study.
- You do not need to respond to the question posed in the research topic.
- You do not need to provide any research or other background information about the topic. Simply design a study to explore the topic, and answer the four study design questions above.
Please be sure you address each study design question, using terms and concepts from your text. A good initial discussion response should be at least 150–250 words in length.
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