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Entertainment's Effect on Academic Performance

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Max Lien

on 27 May 2010

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Transcript of Entertainment's Effect on Academic Performance

Entertainment's Effect On Acadmic Performance FaceBook MySpace Television Internet Videogames ENTERTAINMENT IS
EVERYWHERE: WE ARE SURROUNDED Hypothesis:
College students demonstrate better academic performance when isolated from forms of entertainment Entertainment Academics College Students A combo of doing work
and being exposed to entertainment demonstrates POORER academic performance METHOD
11 Females
6 Males
19-21 Years Old Disclaimer: All participants were treated in accordance with the APA's guidelines for the ethical treatment of human subjects. Participants Survey Apparatus Procedure 10 question questionnaire
Closed Format
Guttman Scale Results: Statistical Analysis How many hours per week do you find yourself on social networking sites like Facebook and Myspace? Television? Internet? Videogames? 76%
BUT 82%: B and Above What does this say? We are not like our parents Info + Tech Generation Perhaps Thorndike's Law of Effect: Positive Reinforcement? Hypothesis is not proven based on stats Discussion Multi-tasking may be beneficial We are one with entertainment FUTURE lotus sophmore Lotus Music?
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