HYPOTHESIS (1 POINT):
Briefly state your hypothesis in one sentence here.
Included in this sentence should be the species name and what you expect to find.
Based on my observation (San Diego zoom ape camera) , I find the primate live in social group and have reciprocity behaviors (such as grooming each other, share foods together)
METHODS (1 POINT):
How did you conduct your study?
What species did you study, what cam did you use, at what intervals and duration did you record your scans, and for what type of behaviors were you scanning. See this week’s data exercise for instructions on how to record scans.
DATA (3 POINTS):
Summarize your results here.
Include a summary of your scans, an activity budget, and written description of what your results were.
ANALYSIS (3 POINTS):
What do your data mean?
This should be the main part of your paper. Include the following: Was your hypothesis supported? Was it disproved? Were your data inconclusive? Why or why not? What previously done research supports your findings? Cite references using (author, year) whenever used.
CONCLUDING REMARKS (1 POINT):
Briefly state the end result of your study. Make suggestions for further research.