Please read the file I have attached below and complete the following sections. 1. Abstract (120-220 words) 2. Analysis Plan (One paragraph) 3. Discussion ( The discussion should include all of the following Paragraphs below) The purpose of the discussion section is to interpret your findings and provide a meaningful commentary about the importance of your findings for your reader. Items in this section typically follow the order below: Hypotheses (first paragraph): Restate your hypothesis/hypotheses. What is the status of each hypothesis? Was each hypothesis supported or not? Previous research (second paragraph): How do your findings relate to the past findings that you discussed in the introduction? Do your findings provide converging evidence, or do they contradict previous research? If contradictory, why should the reader believe your findings instead of the previous researchers’? Note: It is okay to cite references in the discussion that were not previously discussed in the introduction. Implications (third paragraph): What are the implications of your findings? Consider both applied and theoretical implications. What general conclusions can you make about your theoretical topic? Limitations (fourth paragraph): What are the shortcomings of the study? Identify only plausible shortcomings that provide alternative explanations for the results that you obtained. For example, suggesting that participants did not perform as expected because they may be aliens would not be a plausible explanation! Do not dwell on every flaw. Nothing is ever perfect. Be choosy and focus on the important shortcomings. If the shortcoming is true of most research (e.g., sample consisted of college students), it is probably not worth discussing. Similarly, small sample size or a non-representative sample are not unique shortcomings. Try to discuss shortcomings that are unique to your experiment. Explain how each shortcoming could have affected your results. Future research (fifth paragraph): Discuss possible future research. You should discuss what the next logical step is for this line of research. Be clear about why the research is important, not just why it is interesting to you. Your future research suggestions should not, to your knowledge, have already been conducted! , For example, “Given the possibility that participants used different strategies to help them learn the number sequences more efficiently, future research should investigate the efficacy of various mnemonic strategies.” What is the big picture? (sixth paragraph): What is the take-home message? Place your research in a greater context to show how or why this research is important. Provide your reader with closure. Do not end your discussion abruptly and leave your reader wondering about the take-home message. To bring your paper full-circle, consider linking your final message with the topic in the opening paragraph of the introduction.