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  1. Hello! I’m completing a master’s thesis “Is graduate school different for former SLPAs?” about SLP students with or without SLPA experience who are now in graduate school! I’d love it if you could take my survey. Feel free to share this link with other SLP that you know. You have the chance to receive an Amazon gift card via raffle if you take the survey! =) Thank you in advance for your participation! https://redcap.midwestern.edu/surveys/?s=3FTFCNX8AE
  2. Hello, I am a graduate student at Midwestern University - Glendale working on my capstone project. I am studying the relationships empathy, self-reflection and cognition among SLP graduate students. I am recruiting graduate students in an SLP program to participate in a study to learn what qualities and personalities are entering certain vocational settings of Speech-Language Pathology. The study has been approved by the IRB, and all responses are anonymous.If you are a current SLP graduate student and are interested in participating, please follow this hyperlink to the survey: https://forms.gle/QFjkv6WAes4azgBw9Thank you!Midwestern University - Glendale, AZSpeech-Language Pathology Graduate Student (2020)rmagee67@midwestern.edu
  3. Y'all, are you feeling lost and overwhelmed about the thought of writing a grad school essay? Are you just ready to start grad school but don’t know how to get past the hurdle of writing that dreaded essay, so you can apply? Not sure where to begin or if you even have a story worth telling? If this sounds familiar, I’d love to chat with you for 20 minutes, so I can ask you some market research questions. As a practicing attorney, I have published in academic and trade journals, and have helped individuals that were getting rejection letters craft personal statements, or statements of purpose that finally got them into grad school. In return for your time, I will provide the following for FREE: short step by step guide to get the ideas out of your head and on paper; 3 key ways to craft your story so your “normal” life reads like the page of a best-selling novel; a read through and mark up of your first draft, so you can feel comfortable and confident submitting those applications. DM me if you’re available and I'll set up a time so we can chat. Thank you!
  4. Hello, I am interpreting some data that was calculated by someone else and initially I was confused how this person got these numbers. So I emailed the office that oversees the analysis of this information and their explanation still left me a little confused. Hopefully someone can clarify this for me. The data is from pre and post surveys. Part of the survey asks about dietary intake. So here is an example of a question asked: In the past week, how many servings of fruit did you eat per day? 0 times per day, less than 1 time per day, 1 time per day, 2 times per day, 3 times per day, 4 times per day, 5 times per day, 6 times per day. So after all the survey data is collected, it was reported that this group was eating an average of 1.9 pieces of fruit per day. Now I emailed this office because I didn't know how one could obtain that information from what was provided. What they said is that they used 0.5 for the "less than 1 per day" category. First off, I know that this survey isn't exhaustive which was problem with it. Next, the way it is setup seems to me like it is interval data which as far as I know you couldn't possible spit a number like 1.9 pieces of fruit per day. My biggest question is using 0.5 for that "less than one per day" category appropriate to do? And is this a common practice? I just want to make sense of this all I can move on. Any inputs are welcome. Thanks!
  5. Hello friends!I'm a student in SAE institute of music production, and I'm finishing my dissertation. I’m doing a research about music emotionslooking into the emotional power of music, and I really need feedbacks from a great sample of people! Would you like to help me?It doesn’t take long: in 20 minutes you should be fine. And is not difficult at all! Just listen to some musical pattern and tick on the words that you think better describe them.Here there are 4 versions of the same questionnaire, you can choose to do all of them or even just one. Pick one of them:https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ZCT7HZH https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/58WXNG6 https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/58Q5GPC https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/58WB7K2 I really hope you are going to find the time to do it! Those results are going to help me build a new instrument based on the emotional impact of what is going to be played. It doesn't sound so good yet, but thanks to you it's going to get better! The results can lead to a better understanding of this mysterious aspect of music, Thank you however for your time and attention,Kind regards,Nicolas Barzanfor any feedback, please contact me at 17924uk@saeinstitute.edu
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