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What is a research question?
A research question is the focused and specific question you are trying to answer in your project. It can take the following formula:
- How does [variable 1] affect [variable 2] in [population]?
How does gender affect reactions to Starship robots in BGSU students?
But it is not required to take this formula. Other formulas:
- What is the effect of [variable 1] on [activity] in [population]?
What is the effect of using eBooks on learning in college freshmen?
- What is the effect of [variable 1] vs. [variable 2] on [population]?
What is the effect of cancel culture vs. callout culture on politically active teens?
- Does [variable 1] have a significant effect on [variable 2] in [population]?
Does anxiety have a significant effect on procrastination in college students?
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