Must answer these questions about the reaerch paper attached at the bottom:
1)In the Abstract, you find the following statement,”Food deprivation had no significant effect on concentration scores, whichis consistent with recent research on the effects of food deprivation (Green etal., 1995; Green et al., 1997).” What does the Green, et al.1995 and Greenet al. 1997 parenthesis statement mean? Be specific.
2)What was the hypothesis(es) of the researchers? Where inthe article did you find this information?
3)How did the authors provide operational definitions oftheir variables of interest in the study? Provide specific examples.
4)On page 7, the following statement was given, “Theaverage time spent on the puzzle was 24.00 minutes (SD = 10.16), with a maximumof 40 minutes allowed.
What does the average time spent on the puzzle was 24.00minutes mean?
What does (SD = 10.16) indicate?
What does with a maximum of 40 minutes allowed mean?
5)On page 8 the following statement was given, “Nosignificant effect was found for gender either generally or with specificdeprivation conditions, Fs < 1.00” What does the statement mean? Bespecific.
What does no significant effect was found for genderindicate?
What is the relevance of, Fs < 1.00?
6)At the bottom of page 7 you will see the following: F (2,46) = 1.06, p = .36, (see Figure 1).
What does F mean?
What does (2, 46) mean?
What does the 1.06 indicate?
What does p = 36 indicate?
7)On the top of page 8, it states, “Post-hoc Tukeytests indicated that the 12-hour deprivation group (M = 17.79, SD = 7.84) spentsignificantly less time on the perseverance task than either the control group(M = 26.80, SD = 6.20) or the 24-hour group (M = 28.75, SD = 12.11), with nosignificant difference between the latter two groups (see Figure 2).”Specify what all relevant terms and numbers in the statement mean.
What does post hoc Tukey tests mean?
What does (M = 17.79, SD =7.84) mean?
What does the control group mean?
What does the with no significant differences between thelatter two groups statement mean?
8)What were the primary findings of the study? Where did youfind this information in the article?
9)What were the limitations of the study? Where did you findthis information in the article?
10) How did the study authors adhere to the principle offalsifiability in their research?