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EXPE

Thesis Defense
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Tuti Tolentino

on 9 October 2012

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Role of Audiothermal Approach
on the Cognition of Secondary
Students of La Asuncion
Montessori of Cavite Thursday - Sunday 1:00 PM - Lunch idea ni jep yung title. -_- Statement of the
problem
1.What is the extent or level of cognition among the participants?

2.What are the pre test mean scores in the cognition of the participants, in terms of:
2.1Experimental Group (Audio-Thermal)?
2.2Control Group?

3.What are the post test mean scores in the cognition of the participants, in terms of:
3.1Experimental Group (Audio-Thermal)?
3.2Control Group?

4.Is there a significant difference in the post-test means scores in cognition of the participants in the experimental and control groups?

5.Is there a significant difference on the pre-test and post-test mean scores on cognition for the experimental group?

6.Is there a significant difference on the pre-test and post test mean scores on cognition for the experimental and control groups?
Introduction Hypotheses 1.There is no significant difference on the post-test means scores in cognition of the participants in the experimental and control groups.

2.There is no significant difference on the pre-test and post-test mean scores on cognition for the experimental group.

3.There is no significant difference on the pre-test and post test mean scores on cognition for the experimental and control groups
Theoretical and Conceptual
Framework Scope The study focuses on the role of sounds, and temperature in the cognitive aspect among High School students of La Asuncion Montessori of Cavite. The study will also use the demonstration of the Stroop Test as a basis of cognition of the Grade 6 students of La Asuncion Montessori of Cavite. The study will be using colors and words, combining it with the stressors, which are the sounds and temperature. The sound is the song “Rainbow Colors” while the temperature of the room will drop to 16 degrees Celsius.

Limitations The study will not include the usage of any objects or shapes in the experiment. Only the words are flashed to the students. The study will not focus on any other students in La Asuncion Montessori of Cavite except the high school students. The researchers will also not include any other stressors, only sound and temperature. Convinient Sampling Technique Participants Settings The research participants will be female and male high school students from La Asuncion Montessori Dasmarinas Cavite. There are 42 high school students. The researchers were able to conduct the baseline to only 41 participants, because one participant was absent. For the pretest and posttest, the researchers were able to conduct the experiment to only 39 students, because two participants were absent. La Asuncion Montessori of Cavite
Imus, Cavite Instruments Baseline: Short term letter memory test
Actual Experiment: Stroop effect
Data Gathering Procedure Post-Test expe control Actual Experiment Pre-Test a.Presentations of the same color and world will be flashed to the experimental group.
b.The researchers will list down the participants correct responses to what color is being flashed to them.
c.During the pre-test, the experimental group will be in normal temperature. 20 degrees of Celsius was set during the experiment.
a.The participants will have to read the color instead of the word in the Stroop Test.
b.Each of the participants in the experimental group will receive audiothermal conditions (the song “Rainbow Colors” and the cold temperature of 16 degrees Celsius) during the Stroop Test
c.The researchers will list down the correct responses of the participants based on the Stroop Test.
d.The researchers will have to tell the experimental group to return to their respective classrooms.
a.Removal of the treatment (audiothermal) has been done by the researchers.
b.Participants will perform the pre-test by just reading the same color word.
c.Researchers will list down the correct responses of the participants in the control group based on the pre-test.
a.Participants will do the post-test by just reading the color only and not the word in the Stroop Test. In this test, different color and word is being flashed.
b.Researchers will list down the correct responses of the participants in the control group based on the Stroop Test.
Baseline a. Participants are given a test about short term memory.
b. Each participant is required to memorize the letters shown by the researchers.
c. Different set of letters is flashed within 6 series to the participants.
d. Participants have time limit (10 seconds) to memorize each 6 different sets of letter.
e. The flashing of different sets of letter will be done every one at a time until the 6 series will be completed and every time those sets are flashed, participants will write down the letters they remembered in the answer sheets.
f. After the baseline, the researchers will compute the cognition level of the participants based on the scores that the participants got during the baseline procedures and these can be done by getting the average mean scores of the participants.
g. Matching of the participants will be done through the results of the baseline procedures. Statistical Treatments Mean/ Averaging Independent and Dependent t-Tests One-Way ANOVA Results Conclusions:
•The findings showed that the majority of the participants got the score of 80- 100. Therefore, the level cognition of the participants is considered high.
•In the pre test, the findings showed that the computed mean of the control group is higher than the computed mean of the experimental group. That means, the cold temperature and noise affected the performance of participants.
•In the post test, the findings showed that the computed mean of the control group has a great gap on the computed mean of the experimental group. That means, the noise and cold temperature really affected the performance of the participants.
•There was an effect on the cognition of the participants when the researchers have put cold temperature and noise on the post test.
•Noise and temperature had an effect on the cognitive processing of the students.
•Audiothermal can be considered as a factor that may affect the cognitive processing of the participants.
Recommendations: •The Participants of the study fell in the high level of cognition, there is not much need for any changes and recommendations for the high school’s management.
•Noise and Low temperature proved to have an effect on the student’s rate of cognition. The students who were exposed to the environmental conditions (experimental) produced lower outputs than those who were not(control). The school is advised to pay attention to the said conditions since it affects their student’s active school performance.
•The Treatment of exposing the students to AudioThermal conditions affected the experimental group’s performance as seen in the pre-test and post test scores. The school is to watch over their room’s temperatures and noise so they can optimize the cognition of their students.
•There is a significant difference in the performance of the Experimental and Control groups which tells us that the intervention affected the 2 group’s performances. It is recommended that they find the optimum temperature for the students.
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