Discuss who was enrolled in your experiment. Include major demographics that have an impact on the results of the experiment (i.e., if race is a factor, you should provide a breakdown by race).
The accepted term for describing a person who participates in research studies is a participant not a subject. II. Apparatus and materials: The apparatus is any equipment used during data collection (such as computers or eye-tracking devices).
Materials include scripts, surveys, or software used for data collection (not data analysis). It is sometimes necessary to provide specific examples of materials or prompts, depending on the nature of your study.
Results Section The results section should begin with a narrative, and you should include all tables, figures, and statistics in the Results section labeled using proper APA style.
Discussion Section As explained in the APA 7th edition “In the Discussion section of a research paper, you should evaluate and interpret the implications of study results with respect to your original hypotheses.
It is also where you can discuss your study’s importance, present its strengths and limitations, and propose new directions for future research.”