Does the CS discuss all questions posed for each CS?

Please read Chapter 8 ” Ethics of Experimental Research” and Chapter 18 ” False Confessions” Please ONLY use these two chapters to complete the case study.To complete these assignments, you must have our textbook: MacLin, M. K. (2020) Experimental Design in Psychology: A Case Approach (9th ed.), Taylor & Francis Group, New York ( )The goal of the CS assignments is to help you acquire memory and understanding of key words from Part 1 (MacLin, 2020) of our text and deepen your understanding by considering those key words from specific examples of scholarly research (i.e., Cases) from Part 2 (MacLin, 2020).Writing the CS Assignments:The CS is a modified annotated bibliography to give you practice in thinking about published research. Thus, each CS is expected to be one (1) to two (2) type-written pages consistent with APA style in writing a concise summary in your own words. Three primary elements are expected:• Identify and define 5 key terms.• Connect the reading (Part 2) to course content currently being covered (Part 1).• Address the questions posed for each CS – make note that additional questions are posed as you gain experience and skill with the case studiesAll work should be submitted with APA formatted title and reference pages. CS Assignments are evaluated on a Pass/Fail basis. Evaluation involves evaluating the work with the following three questions.• Does the CS identify and define 5 key terms accurately? Yes/No• Does the CS connect the reading (Part 2) to course content (Part 1)? Yes/No• Does the CS discuss all questions posed for each CS? Yes/No Conveying “yes” to each of the above questions results in a “pass”. All elements must be a “yes” for an assignment to pass.Part 1:Chapter 8 ” Ethics of Experimental Research”
Part 2:Chapter 18 ” False Confessions”Discussion questions:What is this research all about?What is the general problem?What are the results of others?What is the hypothesis?What materials are used?Is there any special software or equipment?How does the author operationally define the variables?What controls are used?How would one analyze data?How were the data interpreted? How could the data be interpreted? Are there different possible interpretations?What are the strengths of this article?What are the weaknesses of this article?What additional work needs to be done?Can the data be interpreted another way?What have I learned from this article?What new research can now be developed?