Did the study shed light on how to better understand or correct the research problem?

UNIT A INSTRUCTIONS (1 Page)
Using the research cycle below, describe how the selected article, Merit, Diversity, and Performance (attached as a file) outlines/describes each part of the cycle. If it is lacking in a part of the cycle, tell what is missing and what could have possibly been done to fill the gap.
Thesis Research Procedure/Cycle
1. The researcher identifies a problem to fix/An issue to be resolved is identified by the researcher
2. The researcher divides the problem, into smaller subproblems, which are easy to deal with/The researcher splits the difficulty into smaller, easy-to-manage difficulties
3. The researchers were able to identify the problems correctly/Problems might be appropriately identified by researchers.
4. The researcher must keep in mind, all hypotheses in the field of his or her research/All theories in the scope of their investigations must be taken into account by the researcher
5. The researcher will develop a plan to deal with each problem/ A strategy will be developed by the researcher to address each concern.
6. The researcher must collect, organize and analyze all problems/All issues must be collected, organized, and analyzed by the researcher
7. The researcher interprets the meaning of the collected data, concerning all problems/In all matters, the investigator understands the significance of the data collected
UNIT B WRITING INSTRUCTIONS (2 PAGES)
• Give a brief summary of the article, From Procrastination to Reaction (attached as a file)
• Separately, identify the research problem and hypothesis (or hypotheses) in the study. Be sure to quote the research problem and hypothesis in proper APA format.
• Next, answer the following questions:
1. Did the study shed light on how to better understand or correct the research problem? Why or why not?
2. How did the study answer or address the hypothesis? If so, was the hypothesis correct? Why or why not?
CITE ANY REFERENCES USED TO COMPLETE UNIT A AND UNIT B ASSIGNMENTS.

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