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Select an existing rating scale to measure your dependent variable, if applicable, or develop a rating scale for this purpose. If you develop a scale, carefully consider the meaning of each point on the scale.

I NEED HELP WITH THIS ASSIGNMENT   Resource: Self-Experiment Assignment   Choose an independent and dependent variable.   Select an existing rating scale to measure your dependent variable, if applicable, or develop a rating scale for this purpose. If you develop a scale, carefully consider the meaning of each point on the scale.   Set up your scatterplot, labeling the x and y axes. This is the plot you will use to record your data in the weeks ahead. You submit your rating scale and scatterplot information in Week Two.       Students will identify variables and submit a plan to their instructor for approval. An independent variable (IV) is a behavior that will be changed. A dependent variable (DV) is a behavior that will be measured or monitored.   Examples  

  • Introduce a 45-minute walk every day (IV) and monitor your weight in pounds (DV).
  • Introduce a 45-minute walk every day (IV) and monitor your daily energy level on a scale of 1-10 (DV).
  • Impose a “no television” rule (IV) and monitor your daily stress level on a scale of 1-10 (DV).
  • Introduce a vegan diet (IV) and monitor your mood on a scale of 1-10 (DV).
  • Introduce 20 minutes of daily yoga (IV) and monitor your energy level or mood on a scale of 1-10 (DV).
  Students are encouraged to be creative with their plan.  

I NEED HELP WITH THIS ASSIGNMENT

 

Resource: Self-Experiment Assignment

 

Choose an independent and dependent variable.

 

Select an existing rating scale to measure your dependent variable, if applicable, or develop a rating scale for this purpose. If you develop a scale, carefully consider the meaning of each point on the scale.

 

Set up your scatterplot, labeling the x and y axes. This is the plot you will use to record your data in the weeks ahead. You submit your rating scale and scatterplot information in Week Two.

 

 

 

Students will identify variables and submit a plan to their instructor for approval. An independent variable (IV) is a behavior that will be changed. A dependent variable (DV) is a behavior that will be measured or monitored.

 

Examples

 

  • Introduce a 45-minute walk every day (IV) and monitor your weight in pounds (DV).
  • Introduce a 45-minute walk every day (IV) and monitor your daily energy level on a scale of 1-10 (DV).
  • Impose a “no television” rule (IV) and monitor your daily stress level on a scale of 1-10 (DV).
  • Introduce a vegan diet (IV) and monitor your mood on a scale of 1-10 (DV).
  • Introduce 20 minutes of daily yoga (IV) and monitor your energy level or mood on a scale of 1-10 (DV).

 

Students are encouraged to be creative with their plan.

 


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