[ORDER SOLUTION] Effects Of Violent Video Games On Children
Hypothesis: Children who play violent video games can show less respect towards adults than children who play non violent video games.Variables: time spent playing video games, gender, behavioral levels, and type of video gamesany of you have already been exposed to primary research; that is, research where you design the study and collect the data yourself. For this task, you will be using secondary data to evaluate your research hypothesis. In other words, you will be locating data collected by others and repurposing it to suit your hypothesis. This will require first locating a data set that contains all variables of interest. These variables may be operationally defined in a way that may not be how you would define them if you were doing primary research, so you will need to be flexible when searching for data and remember that although it may not be a perfect way to operationally define your variables, it does need to have some face validity.One source you may use to locate secondary data is ICPSR (icpsr.umich.edu). You will need to create a login and use you student.pvamu.edu email in order to be able to make your account. After you log in, go to Find Data in the top bar, and use search terms that fit your study. You will likely need to look at the variables tab or the codebook for the datasets you find in order to figure out if the dataset contains the variables you need.Once you identify and download the dataset, you will likely have to do some data cleaning and setup before running your analyses. You may need to create some composite score with multiple items for a particular variable, or do something to identify missing data. After this, you will need to identify the appropriate statistical analyses necessary to evaluate your hypothesis, given the data you found. You will likely need to refer to your statistics notes (or experimental psychology or research methods notes if you had a professor who briefly went over statistical analyses; those who took me for either have access to some PowerPoint slides that may help in identifying appropriate statistical analyses). After, you will need to write up the Methods, Results, and Discussion sections for this assignment.ASSIGNMENT:Complete the following assignment. Please remember to use APA formatting.Using the topic of your research project, fully and clearly develop your Study 1 Methods, Results, and Discussion sections. You will need to explain how the secondary data was collected (ICPSR and other sites will provide you with a description, but you must put what they said in your own words; copying and pasting is plagiarism). Make sure to explain how they assessed the variables (i.e., the survey items used for your variables). You will also need to analyze the relevant data in that particular dataset. Make sure to explain any setup you did for the dataset (this includes Cronbach alphas for any operational definitions that used more than one survey item). Be sure to identify the statistical analysis you used, as well as provide information about descriptive statistics. Eventually, you will want a table or figure that provides this information; it may be a good idea to make one now so you get feedback on it before submitting your final paper. Make sure in your Study 1 Discussion section to explain the results and what they mean with regards to your hypothesis, and how it informs or fits in (or does not fit in) with previous literature on the topic. Eventually, you will also have a segue in your Study 1 Discussion leading the reader into Study 2 your research proposal (however, this segue is not necessary yet if you are not sure what your Study 2 experimental hypothesis or proposal will be yet).