Before you begin this assignment, take a moment to look at the syllabus available on the course CuLearn site. Page 2 contains a section titled “Sole authorship of assignments” which outlines the rules you should obey when writing up assignments and the possible penalties that you might face if you do not live up to them. You should read this section closely before submitting your assignment. This assignment uses the same data as in your Assignment 2. You are given permission to reuse your own wording and ideas from that assignment if you think they are suitable for Assignment 4. You must not use ideas or wording from the official demo solution for Assignment 2 that is posted on the course CuLearn site. ,
In order to do well on this assignment you should read sections A-E of the Guidelines for Writing Assignments document available on the course cuLearn site. You will be marked according to the information in these sections. In addition, the marking for this assignment will place greater emphasis than before on clear, concise, meaningful communication.
In this assignment you will once again analyze data from the “Smiles and Leniency” study by LaFrance and Hecht. When writing up this assignment you are to adopt the viewpoint that, psychologically, the Felt and Miserable smiles are meant to convey a sincere reflection of an accused’s mental state whereas a False smile is insincere.
After downloading the data according to the instructions in Assignment 2, follow the instructions below. Some are quite brief. This is because you are now expected to know enough about the analysis of data that you will be able to fill in what is not said explicitly. For instance you now know that you always need to make sure that the Variable View window in SPSS is filled in properly and that when you present figures and tables they need to convey information clearly and have informative captions.
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