I need summary of both articles, and referencess
summaries. Remember, they should be 4-6 sentences in length.
questions to think about but not required or limited
What is the hypothesis?
How was it studied?
What was found?
What does it mean?
this is not a big paper, it is 4-6 sentenses of summary in each article, and references
Finally – remember – you are not to use contractions, second person voice, or conjunctions to start a sentence. These are all listed on the very first handout. Proof-read your papers and correct the mistakes BEFORE turning them in. Add three other things to the list of “The Forbidden” – using the word prove, the phrase ‘talks about’, and the random use of quotation marks for added emphasis. As I’ve been saying since the beginning of the semester – in psychology, we cannot PROVE anything – so refrain from saying that the author(s) of your papers have proven something. They have demonstrated, supported their hypothesis/theory, reported, or so many other things – but they have not proven anything. Secondly, your authors have not talked with you. They have not had a direct conversation with you. They have written, reported, investigated, studied, discussed, etc. the material you find in the articles. Finally, quotation marks indicate that you are quoting someone else. I do not want you to quote – I want your own writing. If you use them to emphasize a word or phrase that is unique to you, remember, they are common ideas and concepts amongst your audience. Again, if you have questions, please come see me!
Marsh, J. E., Patel, K., Labonté, K., Threadgold, E., Skelton, F. C., Fodarella, C., . . . Vachon, F. (2017). Chatting in the face of the eyewitness: The impact of extraneous cell-phone conversation on memory for a perpetrator. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 71(3), 183-190. DOI: 10.1037/cep000101
then next one same
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