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You will be required to a) complete the survey and b) have another person (i.e friends and family) also complete the survey, which will then be analysed and you will be given the results. You will need to write a lab report, which reviews the literature in the area to set up the purpose of the experiment and to generate hypotheses. You will need to detail the method used to collect the data and discuss how the results reflect your hypothesis and relate this back to the literature. Guidance on how to write a lab report will be provided in tutorials but students should also refer to the “Writing for psychology: An introductory guide, APA 6, 2011” (red book). All written work should comply with the publication manual for the American Psychological Association 6th edition (APA 6th).

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Group processes Philosophy Alcohol Alcohol abuse Substance abuse Causality Conformity Metaphysics Epistemology Stephanie J. Tobin
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Group processes Philosophy Alcohol Alcohol abuse Substance abuse Causality Conformity Metaphysics Epistemology Stephanie J. Tobin
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Individual differences in Causal Uncertainty can influence a person’s decision to drink when faced with important goals in particular settings. This study obtained data from four hundred and nineteen participants where they were asked to complete an online survey that asked a series questions to indicate their level of Causal Uncertainty and their motivations to drink alcohol in situations with competing goals. The hypothesis in this study was supported and concluded that individual differences in Causal Uncertainty and drinking motives are interrelated. ________________ Causal Uncertainty & Drinking Motives 2 Can Causal Uncertainty be the Reason for Drinking Motives in Certain Situations Causal Uncertainty can be linked with the motives of drinking within young adolescents as the reason behind these behaviours. People, young adolescents in particu...
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