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Tutor profile: Matt Y.

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Matt Y.
Passionate about Psychology research, application, and teaching others.
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Subject: Writing

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How would you help me with my papers?

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I will assist with finding motivation, goal setting, and topic brainstorming as well as reviewing your work. I will correct a bit of grammar mistakes, but I primarily focus on the quality of content, clarity, and conciseness. I will make positive and constructive comments to help you write a great paper!

Subject: Psychology

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What is resilience and why is it important?

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Resilience is the individual's ability to "bounce back" or recover from a setback or difficult situation. Individuals who are slower to recover from shortcomings are prone to depression, anxiety, and rumination.

Subject: Statistics

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What is a Student's T-Test and when do I use it?

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A student's T-test is a simple descriptive statistic (meaning it describes the data set or sample. Generalizations, inferences, and predictions can not be made). A T-test compares the means of TWO groups from the experiment. Generally, these will be the 1.) Control Group (nothing change) and the 2. Experimental or Independent Group (something changed/manipulated), however not always. Here is an example: A researcher is examing the sex differences in empathy between Men and Women. Men's overall empathy mean was 50 while Women's overall empathy score was 56. To determine if this is a meaningful and significant difference, a T-test must be done to determine if Women are statistically more empathetic than the men group.

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