PGCC Women Use Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies More than Men Discussion

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*******************Describe your research idea and topic and state your hypothesis. You will write this paper in third person so your hypothesis should be in third person as well. For instance, "It is hypothesized that males will have less of a difference between the two Stroop Tasks than females" and NOT "My hypothesis is that males will have less difference in times time than females." Also tell me how you plan (or think you might plan) to analyze the data. It's okay if you are not sure about this- we will discuss it and I will give you some guidance if necessary.************************************

You have a choice in how you approach this Research Report. First read the project instructions, then complete this discussion.

Your hypothesis and topic determines what you choose to analyze. We are starting our research report NOW by developing a hypothesis to use in your paper.

There are many ways that you can look at this assignment. You could be interested in the Stroop Effect and age so you analyze the data by age.

You may be interested in gender differences or even gender by age differences.

You may be interested in something else, like if the participant has uses caffeine or not. You can create a new variable in the Research Report data and put a 1 if the participant was an athlete and a 0 if not. Then you can analyze the data by that grouping. You can make up a new variable for how many drinks the participant had prior to doing the lab. You can see if there is a correlation between the number of drinks and the time they spent on the lab.

Let me know if you want to do this and we can talk about the best way to organize your data.

Remember that any good researcher looks at the background literature (i.e., previous published research) before deciding on a specific research idea and hypothesis. Make sure that there is something that supports your idea!

*******************Describe your research idea and topic and state your hypothesis. You will write this paper in third person so your hypothesis should be in third person as well. For instance, "It is hypothesized that males will have less of a difference between the two Stroop Tasks than females" and NOT "My hypothesis is that males will have less difference in times time than females." Also tell me how you plan (or think you might plan) to analyze the data. It's okay if you are not sure about this- we will discuss it and I will give you some guidance if necessary.************************************

For example: My research idea is about whether or not age and gender correlates with the Stroop Effect. It is hypothesized that as people get older, their time difference between Stroop tasks increases and that there will be a significant difference between men and women. I will use Pearson correlation and t tests to analyze the data.

Note: Your data includes gender (1=Male, 2=Female), age, time to READ the words, and time to SAY the colors.

Also, please use at least 50 subjects in each group but you should aim to use as many participants as possible! There is no reason to discard good data.

Helpful links:

Stroop Effect Explanation

Stroop Effect Online Study – This is only an example of the actual tes. As you can see in the link below, the actual tes is much longer.

The actual Stroop Color and Word tes

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Role of EEOC in the Workplace

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Role of EEOC in the Workplace
The United States EEOC enforces federal laws against workplace activities that
discriminate employees or job applicants based on colour, sex, religion, race, age, genetic
information or national origin. The EEOC investigates discrimination charges against job
workers who are covered by the law. Suppose they find that any form of discrimination has
happened, the EEOC settles the charge, but if they are not successful, they can file a lawsuit to
protect public interests and individual rights. However, before filing a lawsuit, they have to
consider factors such as the issues presented in the case, the strength of the evidence provided
and the impact of the lawsuit on the ability of EEOC to fight workplace discrimination. Also, the
EEOC prevents discrimination before it happens through education, technical assistance and
outreach programs. Finally, the EEOC supports federal agencies by providing guidance and
leadership on every facet of the EEOC programs.
The typical workplace discrimination under the EEOC includes unfair treatment,
harassment, and retaliation, denial of reasonable workplace change and improper disclosure of or
questions about medical information or genetic information. Unfair treatment occurs because of
the employee or job applicants' race, sex, color age, genetic information, national origin or
disability. Harassment may come from co-workers and managers because of age, color, ethnicity
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