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### Lecture3: Establishing a Manageable Question

Articulate an important practical issue important to researchers addressing motor behavior or exercise physiology

Describe the difference between a “big, practical question” and a “manageable question” worthy of experimental investigation

Identify independent variables (IV) that could be used to construct a manageable question

Identify dependent variables (DV) that could be used to construct a manageable question

Construct a manageable question using IV and DV identified in # 3 and 4

Construct a hypothesis using IV and DV identified in # 3 and 4

Articulate the relationship between a “Practical Summary” and a manageable question in a transition statement

Objectives: At the conclusion of this module students will:1

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- Can you imagine how we might get to this manageable question for this practical issue?

Would the hypothesisbesupported or rejectedbased on these data?

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describes the big picture or issue in a sentence or two.

briefly highlights the current beliefs or the “here is what we know” section in a sentence or two.

highlights the shortcoming you have identified or the “here is what we don’t know” section in a sentence or two.

describes how you will handle this shortcoming with your experiment or the “here is what we plan to do” section (IV and DV). As brief as possible.

describes what you anticipate will happen in your experiment or your hypothesis (the figure you expect).As brief as possible.

This leads to the transition statement thata

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Articulate an important practical issue important to researchers addressing motor behavior or exercise physiology

Describe the difference between a “big, practical question” and a “manageable question” worthy of experimental investigation

Identify independent variables (IV) that could be used to construct a manageable question

Identify dependent variables (DV) that could be used to construct a manageable question

Construct a manageable question using IV and DV identified in # 3 and 4

Construct a hypothesis using IV and DV identified in # 3 and 4

Write a transition statement

At this point you should be able to:1

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