Project #37631 - Psychology Lab report

APA-style lab report describing a research study related to the 

cognitive processes of unconscious priming in word recognition.

Details of the study, as well as further information regarding the study and its results, can be found 

in the document titled Assessment 2 experimental overview.docx (uploaded)

The lab report you produce must include the following sections: 

 

1. Title: You will need to think think of a good title for your report. 

2. Abstract: This should be a succinct (150-200 words) summary of the purpose and findings 

of our study. 

3. Introduction 

ï‚· Studies are usually motivated by research questions. Research questions are fairly 

general questions about an area of interest. Research questions are then turned into 

hypotheses, that is specific predictions about variables measured in your study. 

ï‚· You should have at least three hypotheses or research questions in your introduction. 

One will be to do with positive words, one with negative words, and one with individual 

differences. The first two will need to relate to the size of the priming effect. Will your 

reaction to the positive or negative words differ compared to the neutral ones? You 

need to find evidence looking at this. The third will relate to individual differences 

between participants. You can add a fourth if you can think of one. Do not use five. 

4. Discussion: This section should provide an interpretation of the pattern of results from our 

study. This interpretation should: 

ï‚· explain your findings and how they relate to previous research – see the experimental 

overview document for further information) 

ï‚· outline the major implications of your findings 

ï‚· critique the major limitations (if any) of our study and suggest ideas for future research 

that could address an issue raised by the present study 

ï‚· make sure your claims are backed up by the findings of this or previous research.

The lab report you produce must include the following sections: 

 

1. Title: You will need to think think of a good title for your report. 

2. Abstract: This should be a succinct (150-200 words) summary of the purpose and findings 

of our study. 

3. Introduction 

ï‚· Studies are usually motivated by research questions. Research questions are fairly 

general questions about an area of interest. Research questions are then turned into 

hypotheses, that is specific predictions about variables measured in your study. 

ï‚· You should have at least three hypotheses or research questions in your introduction. 

One will be to do with positive words, one with negative words, and one with individual 

differences. The first two will need to relate to the size of the priming effect. Will your 

reaction to the positive or negative words differ compared to the neutral ones? You 

need to find evidence looking at this. The third will relate to individual differences 

between participants. You can add a fourth if you can think of one. Do not use five. 

4. Discussion: This section should provide an interpretation of the pattern of results from our 

study. This interpretation should: 

ï‚· explain your findings and how they relate to previous research – see the experimental 

overview document for further information) 

ï‚· outline the major implications of your findings 

ï‚· critique the major limitations (if any) of our study and suggest ideas for future research 

that could address an issue raised by the present study 

ï‚· make sure your claims are backed up by the findings of this or previous research.

The lab report you produce must include the following sections: 

 

1. Title: You will need to think think of a good title for your report. 

2. Abstract: This should be a succinct (150-200 words) summary of the purpose and findings 

of our study. 

3. Introduction 

ï‚· Studies are usually motivated by research questions. Research questions are fairly 

general questions about an area of interest. Research questions are then turned into 

hypotheses, that is specific predictions about variables measured in your study. 

ï‚· You should have at least three hypotheses or research questions in your introduction. 

One will be to do with positive words, one with negative words, and one with individual 

differences. The first two will need to relate to the size of the priming effect. Will your 

reaction to the positive or negative words differ compared to the neutral ones? You 

need to find evidence looking at this. The third will relate to individual differences 

between participants. You can add a fourth if you can think of one. Do not use five. 

4. Discussion: This section should provide an interpretation of the pattern of results from our 

study. This interpretation should: 

ï‚· explain your findings and how they relate to previous research – see the experimental 

overview document for further information) 

ï‚· outline the major implications of your findings 

ï‚· critique the major limitations (if any) of our study and suggest ideas for future research 

that could address an issue raised by the present study 

ï‚· make sure your claims are backed up by the findings of this or previous research.

The lab report you produce must include the following sections: 

 

1. Title: You will need to think think of a good title for your report. 

2. Abstract: This should be a succinct (150-200 words) summary of the purpose and findings 

of our study. 

3. Introduction 

ï‚· Studies are usually motivated by research questions. Research questions are fairly 

general questions about an area of interest. Research questions are then turned into 

hypotheses, that is specific predictions about variables measured in your study. 

ï‚· You should have at least three hypotheses or research questions in your introduction. 

One will be to do with positive words, one with negative words, and one with individual 

differences. The first two will need to relate to the size of the priming effect. Will your 

reaction to the positive or negative words differ compared to the neutral ones? You 

need to find evidence looking at this. The third will relate to individual differences 

between participants. You can add a fourth if you can think of one. Do not use five. 

4. Discussion: This section should provide an interpretation of the pattern of results from our 

study. This interpretation should: 

ï‚· explain your findings and how they relate to previous research – see the experimental 

overview document for further information) 

ï‚· outline the major implications of your findings 

ï‚· critique the major limitations (if any) of our study and suggest ideas for future research 

that could address an issue raised by the present study 

ï‚· make sure your claims are backed up by the findings of this or previous research.

The lab report you produce must include the following sections: 

 

1. Title: You will need to think think of a good title for your report. 

2. Abstract: This should be a succinct (150-200 words) summary of the purpose and findings 

of our study. 

3. Introduction 

ï‚· Studies are usually motivated by research questions. Research questions are fairly 

general questions about an area of interest. Research questions are then turned into 

hypotheses, that is specific predictions about variables measured in your study. 

ï‚· You should have at least three hypotheses or research questions in your introduction. 

One will be to do with positive words, one with negative words, and one with individual 

differences. The first two will need to relate to the size of the priming effect. Will your 

reaction to the positive or negative words differ compared to the neutral ones? You 

need to find evidence looking at this. The third will relate to individual differences 

between participants. You can add a fourth if you can think of one. Do not use five. 

4. Discussion: This section should provide an interpretation of the pattern of results from our 

study. This interpretation should: 

ï‚· explain your findings and how they relate to previous research – see the experimental 

overview document for further information) 

ï‚· outline the major implications of your findings 

ï‚· critique the major limitations (if any) of our study and suggest ideas for future research 

that could address an issue raised by the present study 

ï‚· make sure your claims are backed up by the findings of this or previous research.

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