It is vital that you take your temperature accurately to be able to document the daily variation. Each time you want a temperature measurement, take the
temperature three times and use the average of these three readings as your measurement.
To measure reaction time, you will use two online tests. Make sure that the participants practice using each test before data collection begins. Each
time you want a reaction time measurement, complete the test three times and use the average of these three readings as your measurement.
o The “Sheep Tranquilizer Game” is found at the Web Site http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/sleep/sheep/. This test from the British Broadcasting Corporation (the BBC) tests your reaction time by measuring how fast you are able to shoot escaping sheep with a tranquilizer. o The “Hit the Baseball Test” is found at the Web Site http://www.exploratorium.edu/baseball/reactiontime.html. This website from the Exploratorium Museum, in San Francisco, California, tests your ability to react to a 90-mile-per-hour fastball. You must collect data from at least 4 participants. Each participant must provide data on at least 3 different days. Each day, data must be collected at least five times, including at least one measurement before 5:30 a.m. and one measurement after 8:00 pm. You must have at least 100 rows of data.