Explain what significant differences you would need to find to confirm or refute your hypothesis.
Write a 800 to 1,400- word Methods and Conclusions section of your team research proposal. Include a detailed description of how you would go about collecting data and testing the hypothesis. Although you are not required to develop a new or original method, it is recommended that you review journal articles to determine what methods are standard to test a hypothesis similar to the one(s) outline in your proposal. Be sure to include the following: Method Describe the general methodology you chose for your study, in order to test your hypotheses. Explain why this method is the best for your purposes. Participants: Who would you test and why? Describe the sample you would test, and explain why you chose this sample. Design Include any demographic information relevant to the design. Explain all the procedures involved in proving or refuting your hypothesis. Explain what significant differences you would need to find to confirm or refute your hypothesis. Analysis How will you analyze the results? What kind of results would confirm your hypothesis? What kind of results would refute your hypothesis? Significance and Conclusion Discuss, in general, how your proposed research would lead to a significant improvement over the original studies, and how it would benefit the field.Create an 16 to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that incorporates all three parts of your research proposal into one complete presentation. You will present your proposal in clas, as if you were making a presentation to some organization that will fund your research proposal. You should include in your presentation a budget and timeline for completion of your research. You may break this information down any way yout team desires, as long as it makes sense in relation to your research