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Postby kibra710 » Tue Dec 27, 2011 3:57 pm

Ok so, I already did my experiment (Shaping Your Thought? on science buddies) and it is about the Stroop effect. Anyway, how long should a good "analysis and discussion", "conclusion", "recommendation", and "application" be? Please answer quic. Thanks!!!!!!!!!! :/
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Project Question: Stroop Effect
Project Due Date: January 2nd, 2012
Project Status: I am finished with my experiment and analyzing the data

Re: Length?????

Postby donnahardy2 » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:45 pm


Welcome to Science Buddies! I think this is the project that you did for your project. This is a really good project, and it’s important when presenting the results to explain the science behind the project. This is usually done in the background section. Here are answers to your specific questions:

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f ... p028.shtml

You should present your results in a table or graph format to give the science fair judges a quick visual picture of what happened.

You data analysis should include a careful review of the data and you should comment on whether or not you obtained the results, which you expected. Here are some additional considerations on data analysis from the Science Buddies Website. This section could be a paragraph or more.

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f ... ysis.shtml

Your conclusion should include a summary of the results and a statement about whether or not your hypothesis was confirmed. It should also be at least a paragraph with 3 or 4 sentences, but could be longer. The information from the Science Buddies website on conclusions includes a table with questions that will be useful in writing your conclusion:

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f ... ions.shtml

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