Download the Hypotheses and Annotated Bib Worksheet

Hypotheses Instructions:  

  • Download the Hypotheses and Annotated Bib Worksheet  Download Hypotheses and Annotated Bib Worksheetand complete it. Submit pages 4 and 5 of the file.
  • Choose two variables from this list:
    • Self-esteem
    • Optimism
    • Resilience (ability to recover from stress)
    • Sleep disturbance
    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Stress
  • Choose one variable from this list of demographic information:
  • Formulate three hypotheses that will examine the correlations (association) among the three variables you have chosen.
    • Hypotheses should be logical, testable, and refutable.
    • Your hypotheses should specify the nature of the relationship. In other words, provide the predicted direction of the relationship.
    • The first hypothesis will examine the correlation (i.e., relationship or association) between the two variables you have chosen from the first list above.
    • The second hypothesis you will assess the relationship between the demographic variable and one of the variables you have picked from the first list.
    • The third hypothesis you will assess the relationship between the demographic variable and the other of the variables you have picked from the first list.
    • Example: You have chosen resilience, depression, and age.
      • First, you will evaluate the association between resilience and depression.
      • Second, you will assess the association between age and resilience.
      • Finally, you will measure the association between age and depression.
  • What Language to Use when creating your Hypotheses
    • Example 1: In a correlational study, if the variables of interests are chocolate consumption, happiness level, and age:
      • YOU DO NOT want to write something vague like “chocolate consumption would be related to happiness.”
      • INSTEAD, you SHOULD write the following hypotheses:
        • Hypothesis 1: “I hypothesize that happiness and consumption are positively related, so that as happiness levels increase as chocolate consumption increases.”
        • Hypothesis 2: “I hypothesize that there will be a negative correlation between age and chocolate consumption, such that the younger the participants, the more chocolate they will consume.”
        • Hypothesis 3: “I also hypothesize that as age increases, happiness level tends to increase.”
    • Example 2: In a correlational study, if the variables of interests are chocolate consumption, happiness level, and gender:
      • YOU DO NOT write something vague like “there would be a gender difference.”
      • INSTEAD, you SHOULD write the hypotheses that provide the direction you expect, such as:
        • Hypothesis 2: “I hypothesize that females would consume more chocolate than males” (or “…females would report higher chocolate consumption compared to males”).
        • Hypothesis 3: “I hypothesize that males would report higher level of happiness compared to females (or “…males’ happiness level would be higher than those of females”).
  • Write your hypotheses by typing your responses directly below the questions on the Hypotheses Worksheet (in the downloadable PDF)  Download (in the downloadable PDF)on page 4. Use complete sentences when answering the questions.

Annotated Bibliography Instructions:  

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  • First, watch this quick summary about what an annotated bibliography is:
  • Second, conduct a literature search based on the variables you have chosen and identify five (5) peer-reviewed experimental research articles.
    • At least three (3) of the peer-reviewed experimental research articles must published in 2009 or more recently.
    • To search for articles, use the following online databases:
      • PsycINFO 
      • PubMed 
      • PsycArticles 
      • Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
  • Third, create an annotated bibliography for the five (5) peer-reviewed experimental research articles.
    • An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to articles where each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. This will help you achieve three things:
      • 1) becoming acquainted with an idea of what has (and has not) been done in this area of research,
      • 2) help you formulate your hypotheses, and
      • 3) inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited.
    • The five papers should be as follows:
      • 1 paper that discusses Trait Variable 1
      • 1 paper that discusses Trait Variable 2
      • 1 paper that discusses Trait Variable 1 and the demographic variable.
      • 1 paper that discusses Trait Variable 2 and the demographic variable.
      • 1 paper that discusses Trait variable 1, Trait variable 2, and the demographic variable.
  • Fourth, read each article you choose and take notes to answer the outline below.
    • MAIN RESEARCH QUESTION or AIM or HYPOTHESIS
    • SUMMARY of the METHODS used in this article or study
    • SUMMARY of the FINDINGS of the study
    • SUMMARY of the CONCLUSIONS of the article that are relevant to your research topic
    • SUMMARY of the SIGNIFICANCE of the article to your research topic
    • SUMMARY of the STRENGTHS of the study
    • SUMMARY of the LIMITATIONS of the study
    • REFLECTION ON RELEVANCE describe how this article relates or is useful to your hypotheses
  • Fifth, using the notes from above, craft your 150-word annotation for each of the 5 references.
  • Sixth, download the Hypotheses and Annotated Bib Worksheet  Download download the Hypotheses and Annotated Bib Worksheetand complete the Annotation Worksheet  (in the downloadable PDF  Download in the downloadable PDF) on page 5. Remember, the annotated bibliography has three parts:
    • APA-style Citation
    • Annotation (150 words)
    • Evaluation (50 words)
  • SUBMIT Pages 4 and 5 of Hypotheses and Annotated Bibliography Worksheet in a Word Document.

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