HRPYC81 - Assignment Q&A 15, 30, 35, 40, 50 - 2018
The document contains the 2018 Assignment questions and feedback answers for BAHonours Psychology Research Report module (HRPYC81). This information pertains to Assignments 15, 30, 35, 40 & 50.
HRPYC81 Report - Assignment 62
My Report for Research (HRPYC81) based on assignment 62 consist of an experiment in which I explore an aspect of memory recall involving two groups of participants. I selected a small number of participants, performed the experiment and did a data analysis of the results yielded by the experiment.
What Motivates People To Do Volunteer Work - Research Report
Research Topic: What motivates people to do volunteer work.
Managed to get a distinction for the paper.
HRPYC 81 Research Proposal. Project 4808. MARKED!!!
HRPYC 81 Research Proposal. Submitted in the year 2017, and fetched a mark which is a distinction. The proposal is based on qualitative research methods, centered on Ecosystemic theory and thematic analysis. It can be used as a guide on format of research, language, referencing and so on. Get it now!!!
RESEARCH REPORT HRPYC81 PROJECT 4813 Portfolio assignment 62
UNISA Portfolio for project 4813 for research report HRPYC81. B.A honours applied psychology. The effects of age on memory.
RESEARCH REPORT. 2017 PROJECT 4808
Research report based on Project 4808 from 2017. A well-written research report, written in the required UNISA format. Scored a distinction for it . For any further guidance :Watsapp me on 0.
HRPYC81 (RESEARCH REPORT) 4809 - WHAT MOTIVATES PEOPLE TO VOLUNTEER
Research Report for 4809 - What Motivates People To Do Volunteer Work?
95% mark (Distinction)
HRPYC-81 Assignment 62 - full report - The effect of aging on short term memory (STM) Performance
This study explored the effect of ageing on short term memory
(STM) performance. It formed part of a postgraduate requirement in the field of psychology
This report includes relevant literature on STM, working memory (WM), and long term
memory (LTM) as well as a detailed discussion on biological, neuroscientific as well as
cognitive research on memory. This information is followed by an experiment examining the
effect of ageing on STM recall. The study comprised of taking two groups of differing ages,
15 participants between 20 and 30 years old, and 15 participants between 50 and 60 years old
and comparing their memory recall.