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Thesis (5 points) 

Instructions: Please review the Individual Project Rubric and Project Guidelines slideshow for details on the overall assignment. Complete this worksheet and upload your submission to the appropriate link listed under your Assignments folder in Blackboard. Describe your ideas for the project by answering the questions below.

 

  1. The research project must relate to Cognitive Psychology
    1. What is the cognitive process you are studying?
    2. If not a single process, what combinations of processes are you studying, and what is the most relevant process? You will only be able to measure one process. So, if there are two processes, it is likely that one is being used to manipulate the other (e.g., effects of attention on memory).
  2. The research project must be socially relevant
    1. How is your study socially relevant? Many students find that it is easier to come up with focused ideas when their experiment is directed at solving a socially relevant problem. The National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation also program their funding agenda with socially relevant problems as well.
    2. Be sure that your project is primarily directed at understanding a cognitive process. Sometimes students get so involved with the social relevance of the project, they forget to address a cognitive process.
  3. The research project must be original work that has not been done in the field yet
    1. What unsolved problem will your study address?
    2. This requirement is often the one that students struggle with the most because it is difficult to make an innovative contribution to a field that you are learning about.
    3. There are several ways to come up with an idea that has not been done before:
      1. The textbook is a great place to start.
      2. You should also look at peer-reviewed REVIEW articles and meta-analyses from the past 2 years. This endeavor will bring you up to speed on the literature quickly.
  • Consider replicating a recent study, but alter one critical element. For example, you can try the experiment in a new subject population. You might also change the stimulus. You can also design a complementary study (e.g., a physiological investigation that might follow up on previous behavioral studies).
  1. The research project must interest you
    1. This is typically the easiest requirement to satisfy. However, it is also the most important. Please do not look at this project as “just another homework assignment.” This is an opportunity for you to study whatever interests you professionally. The human brain is connected to every experience you have, and this assignment help you achieve your career goals, academic goals, or personal life goals.
  2. The thesis should also meet the following criteria
    1. Good scientists know how to gage quality. The instructor will eventually review your project, but you and only you must be the arbiter of good taste when it comes to designing this experiment. You will know you have a working project when you can answer the aforementioned questions with confidence. It’s fine to ask your peers and instructor for feedback, but please don’t expect anyone to tell you if you “got it right” or if the project is “ready.”

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