Create a hypothesis for the group’s study.



This is a Collaborative Learning Community (CLC) assignment.

Before beginning this assignment, each group should submit a filled-in copy of the CLC Agreement Form.

Each CLC team will design a correlational study, groups will need two variables with at least five sets of data. between these two variables: time spent playing video games and aggression.

Then in 500-750 words, do the following:

  1. Create a hypothesis for the group’s study. Consider the hypothesis and how the group will define operationally and measure the variables.
  2. Describe how the group will obtain a random sample of participants.
  3. Assume the study produces a correlation of .56 between the variables. Analyze three possible causal reasons for the relationship.
  4. Submit an SPSS output for the correlational study.

Use two to four scholarly resources to support your explanations.

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CLC Agreement Form

CLC Course Information

Course Name/Section Number:
Instructor’s Name:
Start Date of the Course:

CLC Member Contact Information

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CLC Group Norms/Values

(Steps to ensure team success.)

Each team member agrees to do the following: Why this is important to the team?
Check into the CLC regularly to review progress on the assignment.
Contribute ideas and feedback to the group from initial discussions throughout assignment completion.
Communicate with all CLC members as soon as a problem or issue arises.
Maintain respectful communications with all team members.
Complete assigned tasks by the deadlines set by the CLC members.
Take a leadership role in CLC assignments.
Cite and reference all sources of information used in completing tasks.

Assignment Management Specifics

(What needs to be undertaken to complete the CLC assignment?)

CLC Group Member’s Name: Task to be completed by this team member: Due date for completing the task for the CLC to review:
Contributes one or more ideas for implementing and completing assignment.
Outlines the CLC assignment.
Assigns tasks to CLC members.
Performs research on assigned topics and writes it up for CLC members to review.
Ensures members meet assigned deadlines for tasks.
Proofreads and edits assignment.
Submits assignment(s) by the due date.

CLC Group Interaction Guidelines

(How can we anticipate and mediate group conflict if/when it arises?)

What may impede teamwork? Group (Re) mediation Process
A CLC member does not provide assignment ideas or feedback to team members.
A CLC member does not complete any components of his/her task.
A CLC member completes his or her task, but turns it in after the agreed-upon due date.

CLC Group Review Process

(What makes a CLC effective?)

What did our CLC do well this time? What can we do to be a more effective CLC next time?