In Part One, I want you to answer the following: 1. is the hypothesis for study one? give me both the null and alternative hypotheses

In Part One, I want you to answer the following: 1. is the hypothesis for study one? give me both the null and alternative hypotheses when you answer this question 2. is the independent variable(s) for study one? Make sure you tell me how many IVs there are and how many levels there are for each IV 3. is the dependent variable(s) for study one? Note: there are several of these, so focus on the ones the author analyzed. 4. did they find in study one? Give the general outcome 5. is the hypothesis for study two? give me both the null and alternative hypotheses when you answer this question 6. is the independent variable(s) for study two? Make sure you tell me how many IVs there are and how many levels there are for each IV 7. is the dependent variable(s) for study two? Note: there are several of these, so focus on the ones the author analyzed. 8. did they find in study two? Give the general outcome 9. I want you to review the references and spot the reference(s) that is (are) not in APA format and rewrite it for me according to APA rules. Note: there may be as few as zero and as many as ten incorrect references, so make sure to look at them all! In Part Two: Write an abstract for the paper! This should be fairly easy, as you can paraphrase the information from Part One. However, this time you need to write it in one short paragraph (150 to 200 word maximum!). Note: there are two studies, and you have to mention both. Yes, this is tough, but authors often summarize (in the same short abstract) papers that they wrote that may include six or seven different studies! My suggestion is to find the overlap between both studies and discuss both simultaneously. For example, “Both studies looked at X, but study two also examined Y.” Make sure your abstract starts at the top of its own page (it should be all on its own). Your abstract should include the following: 1. Include the word “Abstract” at the top of your abstract 2. Identify the general problem or research question (the hypotheses) for both studies. 3. Note the participants for both studies 4. Note the IVs and DVs for the studies 5. Note the findings for both studies 6. Note the overall conclusions / implications of the two studies

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