The proposal will include the introduction/literature review with a testable hypothesis, method section (participants, materials, and procedure), projected results, and discussion of what these results mean. A title page, reference page, abstract, and IRB application must also be included.
The paper must be written in APA format and the proposed study must be feasible (i.e., could be used for your Capstone). The paper will be submitted in sections to allow feedback prior to the submission of the final research proposal.
a) Introduction/Literature Review and Hypothesis (10% of Grade) – The literature
review serves as the introduction to your paper. The final literature review should include a thorough review of 8-10 articles related to the chosen topic. The hypothesis should flow from the literature review and add to the current research on the chosen topic.
Note that your final literature review (due week 8) should include 8-10
b) Method Section (10% of Grade) – The method section will include three sections: Participants, Measures, and Procedure. If proposing survey research, you must select reliable/valid measures and these measures must be attached to your submission.
c) Projected Results and Discussion (10% of Grade) – The project results section should include a description of which statistics you will use to test your hypothesis. The discussion section should include possible outcomes as well as possible limitations that you might encounter
d) Final Proposal including IRB application (10% of Grade) – The final paper will include
all sections of the paper including the title page, abstract, literature review with
hypothesis, method section, project results, discussion, references, IRB application, and any measures that you plan to include. The final proposal should include application of the core value- Respect.
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