My Hypothesis – picklerick13

1. Reading books

2. How reading effects intelligence

3. The effect a person’s time spent reading each week has on their level of intelligence.

4. Reading more often makes people have a higher level of intelligence.

5. Reading more often actually has no effect on a person’s level of intelligence.

6. Reading a surplus of fiction novels will do more harm than good to your levels of insight and intelligence

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3 Responses to My Hypothesis – picklerick13

  1. davidbdale says:

    I’m calling this assignment incomplete, Picklerick. I’m sorry I didn’t respond earlier. I thought I had done feedback for everybody’s Hypothesis. You haven’t begun to narrow down this broad topic to a general hypothesis. So far it’s: anxiety is a problem. I’m glad you have a topic, but take another look at the Hypothesis lecture. It should help you develop your work.

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    • picklerick13 says:

      I’ll definitely narrow it down more, possibly even change it completely. I was having a lot of trouble coming up with an idea that works but today’s lecture helped me greatly.


  2. davidbdale says:

    From now on, we can ignore this post, PR. Its purpose was to get the ball rolling. Any further revisions or enhancements to your Hypothesis can be accomplished inside your White Paper, which is already showing considerable progress. Keep up the good work.


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