Poster Title Author1, Author2, & Author3 Department of Psychology Western Washington University • Introduction • Provide enough information about relevant theory and research to give the reader an understanding of why you conducted the study. • Present concise points. • Use of bullets can help you convey information succinctly • Hypotheses • State your hypotheses in the context of the theory and research described above. Results Present the main findings and the statistics (e.g., mean standard deviation, F test). You may present a figure or table to graphically illustrate the results. If you include figures or tables, briefly describe the findings in the text. Discussion Discuss the implications of your findings, limitations of the study, and directions for future research. Method Provide an overview of the methodological details. Include the following sections, as appropriate: Participants Materials Procedure Fontcolors can help you emphasize differences in conditions, manipulations, measures, etc.