a research about smoking ,but in medication part specifically .

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i am in a group and we have to do a research about smoking and my part is about " medication" , everything is explained down their in the attached file

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GEN 185 Final Project o The final project in GEN 185 is a research paper and poster: 25% of final grade ▪ Each individual member should submit a report of their own individual findings (20% of final grade) ▪ Evidence of students completing the project should be included in the project submission. Failure to give evidence will result in a ZERO grade. ▪ Members of the same group should collaborate to put together ONE poster (5% of final grade) This paper must include the following sections: (Individual = 100pts) 1. Cover page (2 pts) ● Topic Title (2pts) The title must clearly explain the research project (i.e. relate variables clearly). ● Student's name and ID ● Instructor's name ● Section number 2. Introduction (500-700 words) (20pts) ● Students must demonstrate deeper understanding by explaining relevant ideas and findings from previous studies that explore the topic further. The introduction should include a brief overview of the topic and a summary of the three journal articles or books and a concluding paragraph outlining the reason for the research topic chosen. (15pts) ● Hypotheses or Research question should be clearly stated after the concluding paragaph (5pts) 3. Methods: (15 pts) ● If an experiment was used, this section must include a complete list of relevant material, a clear step by step experimental design, identify fixed variable(s), control group(s), test group(s), independent variable, dependent variable and precisely explain how data was collected and measured (include units). If there are any ethical concerns they should be addressed by adding a consent form. ● If a survey was used, this section must include an explanation of the sample and sample size, how the survey will be conducted, a consent form, a minimum of 10 interview questions used (Close ended question should have answer options), and the google doc. link for the survey. 1 4. Results (20pts) Data representation (10pts) o Clearly present data in a tabular and/or graphic formats. Tables and graphs must be clearly labeled Data Interpretation (10 pts) o Explain data accurately and comprehensively. 5. Discussion (20pts) a. Discuss the findings and write a comprehensive discussion relating findings to literature 6. Conclusion (10pts) ● If an experiment was used; did the experiment support the hypothesis, how do you know? ● If a survey was used, did your survey answer the research question if so what is the conclusion? ● Objectively reflect on your research methods, include strengths and limitations. ● Suggest relevant future research. 7. References (APA style) (9pts) ● At least three sources are research-based sources. ● All sources should be cited in APA Style ● In-text citation included 8. Overall Scientific Strength (4pts) Must demonstrate an understanding of scientific research methods. Must present a focused and clear research paper. POSTER PRESENTATION (5 %): Presentations: You will be required to defend the outcomes of your research projects during your in -class presentation. Step 1: Combine all research. Discuss the findings, summarize, and conclude. Step 2: Cite all of the sources for any graphics used directly and/or created using the data from the original sources. Step 3: Presentation- Practice together, check the flow, time and visual impact, revise the content, and help teammates improve their presentations. 2 Poster presentation - Layout the pages as a poster, check the flow and visual impact, rearrange and/or revise the content if necessary, and practice so that everybody can explain the project to the audience (visitors). ● Keep in mind: 1. The poster should “visually” appeal to the audience as one unified project, not a collection of small projects. 2. The poster should be “self explanatory” – meaning that audience is able to follow the poster and understand the project without any explanation by the authors. 3. Use graphics wisely and select the font/size/line spaces effectively - most of the audience will see your poster from a distance (1m away). 4. The poster should be innovative, don’t just copy and paste. Try to use innovative ways to design and format the poster Poster should include: 100pts 1. Title and students’ names 2. Background (summary of the three introductions) 3. Each student- should include: a. Title of individual project b. Hypothesis/research question c. Methods d. Tables/Graphs (at least 5 for survey’s and all data for experiments) e. Data analysis f. Conclusion 4. Discussion (a summary of the three discussions linking the findings of all group members) 5. Conclusion 6. References 3 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Project paper RUBRIC Title (Weight = 2%) Introduction (Weight = 15%) Hypothesis/ Research Question (Weight =5%) Exemplary (A) Accomplished (A-/B+/B) Developing (B-/C+/C) Beginning (C-/D+/D) 0 (F) Title relates the independent to the dependent variable or the factors being tested and is in the format of: “the effect of… on…” Title relates the independent to the dependent variable or the factors being tested but is not in the format of: “the effect of… on…” Ideas are supported with literature, they are well organized, but sometimes demonstrate illogical sequence or structure. Conclusions are reached from the evidence offered. Title doesn’t relate the independent to the dependent variable or the factors being tested and is not in the format of: “the effect of… on…” Title is too broad/too specific and doesn’t clearly state what is being examined Title for the research is not stated or not related Not all ideas are supported with literature, or they lack organization with no logical sequence or structure. Conclusions are reached from the evidence offered. Not all ideas are supported with literature, and they lack organization with no logical sequence or structure. There is some indication of conclusions from the evidence offered. Develops a good testable hypothesis statement: doesn’t clearly state 1 of the 2 variables (independent or dependent variables) Develops testable hypothesis/ thesis statement: doesn't state 1 of the 2 variables (independent or dependent variables) and is not in the correct format Develops a weak hypothesis/ thesis statement: the 2 variables (independent and dependent variables) are incorrect and is not in the correct format Ideas are not supported by the literature, they are not organized, and lack logical sequencing and structure. No conclusions are made from the evidence offered. Hypothesis /research question not stated or not related Ideas are well supported with literature, they follow a logical sequence and structure. Detailed conclusions are reached from the evidence offered. Essential information is accurate and complete. Develops a strong testable hypothesis statement: with clearly stated independent and dependent variables Poses a research question that is clearly stated/ defined with a specific purpose contains sample (who and where) Poses a research question that is clearly stated/ defined with a specific purpose but without a description of the sample Poses a good understanding of the research question but the question is too broad Poses a weak/broad research question without defining the problem Methods (Weight = 15%) Experiments: Clearly explains methodology, step by step with all the details including time and amounts All variables are clearly identified including test and control group(s), and at least 3 fixed variables. Addresses any ethical concerns. Surveys: Attaches a wellconstructed survey targeting all variables identified. All variables are clearly listed. Addresses any ethical concerns. Data representation: (Weight = 10%) Provides a substantial amount of data and data is represented in tables, graphs, and/or diagram and using statistics. Graphs and tables are fully labeled (including titles, axis, and units) Experiments: Explains methodology, step by step with all the details but without time and amounts. All variables are clearly identified including test and control group(s), and at 2 fixed variables. Addresses any ethical concerns. Surveys: Attaches a survey with good questions targeting most of the variables identified Most of the variables are listed. Addresses any ethical concerns. Provides enough data and data is represented in tables, graphs, and/or diagrams and using statistics. Graphs and/or tables are missing some labels Experiments: Methodology is stated but lacking format and some details Only 2 out of the 3 variables are clearly identified including test and /or control group(s), and/or fixed variables, or ethical concerns are not addressed. Experiments: Methodology is stated but with minimal details and no formatting 1 out of the 3 variables are clearly identified including test and /or control group(s), and/or fixed variables, or ethical concerns are not addressed. Surveys: Attaches a survey with average questions targeting some of the variables identified Some of the variables are listed. Ethical concerns are not addressed. Surveys: Attaches a survey with less than average questions targeting a few variables Only one variable is listed, or ethical concerns are not addressed. Provides some data and data is represented in only 2 out the 3 forms (missing tables, graphs or statistics). Graphs and/or tables are missing some labels Provides little data and data is represented in only 1 out the 3 forms (missing tables, graphs or statistics). Graphs and/or tables are missing a lot of labels Experiment s: Methodolog y is not stated or is stated with no details Fails to identify any variable and ethical concerns are not addressed. Surveys: Does not attach survey questions or survey is not related to variables Fails to identify any variable and ethical concerns are not addressed. Provides none or almost no data and data is not represented in tables/graph s/ statistics Data interpretation: (Weight = 10%) Discussion: (Weight = 20%) Conclusion and reflection (Weight = 10%) Data is interpreted accurately, precisely, and clearly. Findings are fully explained and supported with a substantial amount of numbers and data. Provides a comprehensive discussion that is fully developed and supported linking all findings in the project to the literature review If experiment: Precisely states findings; draws carefully qualified conclusions; and links findings to hypothesis. If hypothesis is incorrect, suggests a new hypothesis. If survey: Precisely states findings; draws carefully qualified conclusions; and links findings to research question. Cohesively reflects on appropriateness of research methods including strengths and limitation; suggests innovative and relevant future research Data is interpreted with fair accuracy, precision, and clarity. Findings are mostly explained and supported with numbers and data. Provides a comprehensiv e discussion that is mostly developed and supported, linking most findings in project to the literature review If experiment: States most findings; draws mostly appropriate conclusions; and links findings to hypothesis but If hypothesis is incorrect, does not suggest a new hypothesis; If survey: States most findings; draws mostly appropriate conclusions; and links findings to research question Reflects on appropriatenes s of research methods but does not include strength or limitation; or does not suggest Data is interpreted with some accuracy, precision, and clarity. Findings are partially explained and supported with some data. Data is interpreted with accuracy, and precision, but not very clear. Findings are poorly explained and supported with some data. Description of results is absent or inaccurate. Provides a comprehensive discussion that is partially developed and supported, linking some findings in the project to the literature review Provides a discussion that is poorly developed and supported, without linking the findings to the literature review Discussion is absent or inaccurate If experiment: States some findings; draws partially correct conclusions; but does not link findings to hypothesis and If hypothesis is incorrect, does not suggest a new hypothesis; If experiment: States few if any findings; draws conclusions that may be incorrect; incorrectly links findings to hypothesis statement if hypothesis is incorrect, does not suggest a new hypothesis; Does not state any findings; does not draw conclusions; does not provide any reflections; does not suggest any future research If survey: States some findings; draws partially correct conclusions; but does not link findings to research question Provides some reflection on appropriateness of research methods but does not include strength or limitation; and does not suggest relevant future research If survey: States few if any findings; draws conclusions that may be incorrect; incorrectly links findings to research question Provides irrelevant reflection and/or suggests irrelevant future research relevant future research References (Weight = 9%) Overall scientific strength (Weight = 4%) Cites references correctly using APA format; Sources gathered from at least 3 relevant researchbased sources Cites references using APA format (with few mistakes); Sources gathered from at least 3 relevant sources but not all of them are researchbased. Cites references using APA format (with some mistakes); Sources gathered from at least 2 relevant sources but not all of them are research- based Cites references using APA format (with many mistakes); sources gathered from at least 2 relevant sources neither of which are researchbased. Does not cite any references using APA format; sources gathered from one relevant source from internet/ website source not researchbased. proposes an original and thoughtprovoking experiment/ survey; demonstrates high level scientific thinking proposes an original experiment/ survey; demonstrates moderate level of scientific thinking proposes an experiment/surv ey with little originality or complexity; demonstrates some scientific thinking proposes an unoriginal experiment/surv ey; demonstrates little scientific thinking proposes an unoriginal and simple experiment/ survey; does not demonstrate any scientific thinking ...
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Running head: Research About Smoking

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Running head: Research About Smoking
Research about medications for smoking.
Introduction.
Research shows that smoking is the leading cause of preventable death. The known effects
of smoking are disability and diseases that harm most of the body organs. Tobacco is the most
abused drug through smoking. Persistent tobacco smokers have an addiction to nicotine. Despite
this, tobacco companies spend billions annually in the marketing of cigarettes. Most victims of
tobacco addiction began smoking at their youth. Most adult smokers want to get rid of this habit.
Several treatments have been proposed to help persistent smokers to beat this addiction with
reduced withdrawal symptoms considering that its treatment is dependent on personal
preference. Based on research, all of these methods are effective, however, most have been
known to be more effective. Medication can double quitting chances for good. This article is
going to provide a detailed summary of three research article for medications for smoking.
Corelli, R. L., & Hudmon, K. S. (2002). Medications for smoking cessation. The Western journal
of medicine, 176(2), 131-5.
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Thanks, good work

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