One study should use a method of description (be sure to identify which one) to gather data and should then investigate a statistical correlation between observed variables. Note that in order to investigate correlations, your study should provide a way to quantify the variables between which you may search for correlations.
The other study should use an experiment (consisting of independent variables, dependent variables, a method for organizing the data, and a choice of a measure of central tendency to summarize the data) to answer the question.
Finally, discuss the high-level differences between a study based on description and a study based on experimentation. Make sure that you show a knowledge of all aspects of study design by defining key term.
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