Feb 22 Homework and Classwork

DDR pg 127-128 Question 1, 2, 3

#1)

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Since this graph is colored, I would make the graph black, white, and gray. The y axis labels would be to the left instead of the right. There would also be no horizontal lines in the background.

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This graph is also colored, I would make the graph black, white, and gray. The y axis labels would be to the left instead of the right. There would also be no horizontal lines in the background. The title would be on top of the graph instead of the right side.

I would add a title for this graph. Have the graph be in gray scale. The y axis labels would be to the left instead of the right. I would also label each axis. There would also be no horizontal lines in the background.

I would make the graph gray scale. There would be a key that indicates what each lines stand for. It would be a line instead of the circle, triangle, and square.

I would make the lines black. There would be labels on the x and y axis. There would also be no horizontal lines in the background.

There would also be no horizontal lines in the background. The bars would be shades of gray. There would be labels on the x and y axis.

There would be a title, labels on the x and y axis. The graph would also be in gray scale. There would be no dotted lines in the background too.

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There would be no horizontal lines in the background. The lines would be gray scale. There would be labels on both the x and y axis.

#2) 3 Research papers

  • Proulx, T., Sleegers, W., & Tritt, S. M. (2017). The expectancy bias: Expectancy-violating faces evoke earlier pupillary dilation than neutral or negative faces. Journal Of Experimental Social Psychology, 7069-79. doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2016.12.003

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I would make the background blank and take away the grid. I would also have a title for each graph.

  • Mccarthy, A., Loomis, S., Eastwood, B., Wafford, K. A., Winsky‐Sommerer, R., & Gilmour, G. (2017). Modelling maintenance of wakefulness in rats: Comparing potential non‐invasive sleep‐restriction methods and their effects on sleep and attentional performance. Journal Of Sleep Research, 26(2), 179-187. doi:10.1111/jsr.12464

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I would make the bars all gray scale and have a label for the x axis.

  • Damián, J., Pastor-Barriuso, R., Valderrama-Gama, E., & de Pedro-Cuesta, J. (2017). Association of detected depression and undetected depressive symptoms with long-term mortality in a cohort of institutionalised older people. Epidemiology And Psychiatric Sciences, 26(2), 189-198. doi:10.1017/S2045796015001171

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I would not change anything about this graph. It is in APA style.

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Feb 22 Homework and Classwork

DDR pg 119-121, Exercise 1 & 4

#1)

My plan for titling and dating my files depends on my study. For lab 1, I will collect my data all in one day. So, I will just state one date. The title for my study will be Adults’ Preferences in Children’s Book Covers. This is because we are collecting data on adults’ preferences among 4 children’s book covers. This title summarizes my study.

10 years from now, people will understand my codes. In this study, I will be presenting a graph that clearly indicates the amount of participants that chose each book cover. Even in the future, it will be clear to them because the bar graph will provide a clear visual presentation for them.

#4)

By crawling on my hands and knees for 5 minutes, I realized how much pressure it puts on my joints. I see the floor more than anything. It is difficult to raise my head often to see what is in front of me. I discover that it is very tiring. Everything looks tall from the ground and also far away from me.