Paper 3- Roadmap
-no more than 250 words (between 150-250 words)
-The aim is to very briefly describe the main experimental aims, how they address the theory at hand, and the basic pattern of results.
You need to cite three papers (one original paper (Yin, 1969) and two other papers
which should be relevant to your study.)
You need to have three paragraphs.
In the first paragraph, you need to explain the broad question, you
need to provide a real-world example, and tell the readers the purpose
of your study.
In the second paragraph, you need to cite the previous papers and
explain them. You need to identify the missing information in the
literature and explain how you will fill this gap.
In the third paragraph, you need to explain the specific question. Briefly explain what
participants will do.
You need to point out three hypotheses. You need to explain the rationale behind each hypothesis.
•There will be a main effect of typesof images Specify: The error rates will be
significantly higher for the house images than those for
the face images
•There will be a main effect of orientation Specify: The error rates
will be significantly higher for the inverted images than those for
the upright images
•There will be an interaction effect between types of images and orientation
Specify: There will be a greater difference in error rates between
upright and inverted images for the faces images condition than there will
be for house images.
Methods: Please explain YOUR methods based on the fact sheet. Although
we replicated the previous study, we didn’t use the same typesof images.
Please be cautious in this part.
Methods (1-2 pages)
The methods section should be a complete recipe that anyone could follow to replicate your experiment. At the same time, you should be as brief as possible.
how many people? where did they come from?
Please check the fact sheet. There were 96 images in total.
Please elaborate on the typesof images and refer to the appendices.
How many face images, how many house images -
-How many upright images -how many inverted images
How many images per condition (face upright, face inverted, house upright, house inverted)
Don’t forget to refer to Appendix A.
What was the design, IVS, DVs, within or between?
how many phases -Describe each phase in detail.
-first the study phase was conducted-then the test phase was conducted –error rates were recorded
Results: You need to report three results:
The result section is used to report the patterns in the data, and the statistical support for those patterns. Refer to the lab manual for help on reporting statistics from a factorial design.
- Describe the statistical analysis
e.g., mean error rates from each condition were submitted to a 2(images: face vs. house) x 2 (orientation: upright vs. inverted) within-subjects ANOVA. -Tell the reader where they can see the data.
-e.g., the results of experiment 1 are presented in table 1, or in figure 1
-you will have to make a table or figure to display the data in your paper and place the figure and the table at the end of the manuscript.
-Describe the pattern of each main effect -The main effect of Images was … -The main effect of Orientation was …
-Describe the Images X Orientation interaction -You will report the interaction the same way as a main effect.
The discussion can be used to briefly restate verbally the pattern of the most important results, and then to relate the results to theory and ideas developed in the introduction.
a. Introduction to the discussion
Summarize the results (the main effect of orientation, the main effect of images, the interaction effect between types of images and orientation) in everyday, easy-to-understand, language.
(No statistics, no numerical values! Just a summary of the main findings)
b. Interpretation of the results
Discuss whether the results have been interpreted with respect to the hypothesis
Explain whether the present findings are consistent with the previous studies.
There was NO greater difference in error rates between
upright and inverted images for the face image condition than there was
for house images. Yin (1969) found that face inverted images were
more affected than the other types of images. However, in our results, we didn’t find an interaction effect.. Why do you think that there is a
discrepancy between Yin’s findings and our findings? Compare your findings with the findings of Yin (1969).
WHY? (Theoretical and methodological reasons)
c. Further discussion
Discuss the possible limitations, potential problems with the current research (e.g., order effect, other potential confounds).
Discuss the shortcomings of your study.
Were there problems with the stimuli, testing conditions, participant previous experience that could have affected the outcome?
Does this finding create new questions?
References: Add three references that you cited in the manuscript.
Tables: Please see the instructions on how to make a table in APA format on Blackboard. Make a table in APA format, and then, place it in the tables.
Figures: Make a plot in SPSS or in Excel. You need to add y-axis and define the
x-axis. Place the line graph in the figures.
Appendix A: Place the images.
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