Design an Experiment
200 – 300 words
Make an Observation & Ask a Question: 30-50 words
What is something that interesting about humans? Ask a testable question.
Construct a hypothesis: 20-40 words
Think of a good hypothesis.
How do you measure it?
Is it testable? Can it be proven wrong?
Methodology: 50- 70 words
Population and sample?
How many groups? Which is the experimental/control?
What is different between the groups (IV)?
What are you measuring? How (DV)?
Results: 50- 70 words
What happened? Did the results support/disconfirm your hypothesis?
Critical Analysis: 50- 70 words
How can your experiment be improved? Limitations? What is the next step in research? Future research?
- Explain using facts and concepts studied and examples along with reference to your research findings.
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- Is it possible to identify the specific cause or causal factors of an event?
- What do you believe was showcased as a legitimate way of working/processing a crime scene?
- What influenced Barre-Sinoussi’s current relationship with Bob Gallo?
- Describe how an understanding of history is important for making sense of contemporary issues of crime, policing, or incarceration.
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- What are the key characteristics of this cultural group, such as language, values, and customs?