Research Methods Paper. Students from two Psychology classes (50 people total) created a survey questionnaire with 7 sections and 30 questions total and 1 demographic question asking how old they are. Then the psychology students went out to collect 250 surveys. Out of the 30 survey questions, each student chose 4 questions (listed below) and each student has their own set of random 4 questions that they chose so none of the papers are the same. For our four questions, they can be from any section or topic from the survey. All have to be continuous variable The purpose of the current paper is to give the reader a better understanding of different age groups and the effects technology has on their mood. ____________________________________________________________________________Hypothesis 1: people who are younger have more screen time than older people. Variable 1 – ageVariable 2 – time spent on electronics Questions: 1.How old are you? 2.How many hours a day do you spend on your electronics? Electronics = television, cell phone, tablet, computer, gaming systems Hypothesis 2: People who spend more time on their phones in the morning will be in a worse mood than those who spend less time on their phones in the morningVariable 3 – daily moodVariable 4 – morning on phone Questions:1. On a scale of1-5, (1 = Very Bad, 2 = Bad, 3 = Average, 4 = Good, 5 = Very Good),how would you rate your daily mood?2. How many minutes do you spend on your phone before getting out of bed in the morning?