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Research Design and Implementation
Aims and hypothesis
An aim is the general investigative purpose of the study.
A hypothesis is a testable statement, predicting the relationship between two (or
more) variables, which can be accepted or rejected as a result of the research
outcome.
An aim doesn't need to be very detailed; it only needs to say clearly what the
focus of the research is all about. An example may be `to describe the
effects of stress on our memory.…read more

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