Do you think that a non-scientifically trained reader of the article might come away with confusion, misconceptions, or erroneous conclusions based on the information presented?

Do you think that a non-scientifically trained reader of the article might come away with confusion, misconceptions, or erroneous conclusions based on the information presented?

For this assignment you will be finding an article in a non-scientific publication that presents statistics of some kind related to a psychological topic. Examples of non-scientific publications might include, People, Psychology Today, Time, etc. In no more than 2, double-spaced pages, please report:

  • Summarize the statistics being reported.
  • How well does the author report the statistics and the methods used to generate the statistics?
  • Do you think that a non-scientifically trained reader of the article might come away with confusion, misconceptions, or erroneous conclusions based on the information presented?

Please make sure you upload both your responses to these questions, as well as a PDF version of the article you are analyzing.

 
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