Describe the variables and how each variable is measured or manipulated.

Present your research question clearly.
Explain why you selected your dataset and the statistical test you applied to that dataset.
Detail whether your test has statistical power or not.
Use one of the statistical tests covered in this course.
Visually display your results, in APA format.
Detail how your findings might impact social change.
Ensure that your Final Project is 8 pages in length, in APA format.

Use the below Template


1. Describe the topic of the study, why the study needs to be conducted, and the potential positive social change implications of the study.
2. Preview major sections of the chapter.

Study Purpose/Research Objectives

1. Indicate that this is a quantitative study.
2. Present the study intent (such as, describe, compare, correlate, explore, and develop).
3. Identify the independent, dependent, and covariate variables.

Research Question(s) and Hypotheses

1. State the research questions.
2. State the null and alternative hypotheses (if appropriate) that identify the independent and dependent variables studied, the association tested, and how the variables are measured.


1. Describe the data you used.
2. Describe the variables and how each variable is measured or manipulated.
3. Identify the statistical test(s) used to test the hypothesis/hypotheses.
4. Explain the rationale for including potential covariates and/or confounding variables.


1. Report statistical analysis findings, organized by research questions and/or hypotheses, including:
Exact statistics and associated probability values
Confidence intervals around the statistics (as appropriate)
Effect sizes (as appropriate)
2. Report results of post-hoc analyses of statistical tests, if applicable.
3. Include tables and figures to illustrate results, as appropriate, as per the current edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.


1. Describe the potential impact for positive social change at the appropriate level
(individual, family, organizational, and societal/policy).
2. Describe methodological, theoretical, and/or empirical implications, as appropriate.
3. Describe recommendations for practice, as appropriate.


Describe the limitations to generalizability and/or trustworthiness, validity, and reliability that arose from execution of the study.

Provide a strong take home message that captures the key essence of the study.

Use the references below and more. The reference should be peer review and not more that 4 years.
Warner, R. M. (2013). Applied statistics: From bivariate through multivariate techniques (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications
Laureate Education (Producer). (2017g). Final project guidance [Video file]. Baltimore, MD: Author.