What is the main research goal of this experiment?

I’ve attached the data of zaps experiment.
Introduction (5 pts)
Address these points as you write up your Introduction. Address each point as precisely as you can to make sure you get all your points.
1. What is the main research goal of this experiment? (1pt)
2. Please provide some scientific background (2 pts). Briefly provide an explanation of relevant concepts, or a brief description of relevant studies, as provided in the experiment and/or class materials. Remember to be as clear and specific as you can. If you include information from the class materials or the textbook please use appropriate citations.
3. Briefly describe what you think are 2 possible hypotheses for this experiment. You can include even more hypotheses if you wish (2 pts).
Methods (5 pts)
Address these points as you write up your Methods. Address each point as precisely as you can to make sure you get all your points. Use past tense to describe the methods!
1. Who was the virtual subject for this experiment? (1 pt)
2. What equipment was used to run the experiment (see experimental display in Zaps experiment), and what was assessed (e.g., dependent variable: reaction time, accuracy)? (1 pt)
3. What task conditions and stimuli were use? Be as specific as you can (3 pts)
Results (6 pts)
Address these points as you write up your Results. Address each point as precisely as you can to make sure you get all your points. Use past tense to describe the results!
1. Briefly describe what the results were, in terms of the split-brain subject’s performance, based on the summary table of results provided at the end of the experiment (3 pts). Note that the summary table provides a short sentence for each trial that was run, explaining what the subject did or said (i.e., the result for that trial).
2. In your description, include the number of trials you ran (i.e., at least 12) and include how many times a certain result was found for any given condition (i.e., how you set up a certain trial). For example, what happened when a word was presented in the left or right visual field, and when the participant used their left or right hand? Do this for every condition that you used in your experiment. It is fine to summarize the results from trials that belong to the same condition (3 pts).
3. There is no need to perform calculations or present any statistical data. Just use clear narrative to describe the results.
Discussion (6 pts)
Address these points as you write up your Discussion. Address each point as precisely as you can to make sure you get all your points.
1. Discuss whether your findings confirmed the hypotheses or not, and why (2 pts).
2. Based on your findings, what scientific interpretation and conclusions can you draw? Do they confirm the literature on split-brain findings? (2 pts)
3. Briefly provide your own final comments, critiques of the method, or suggestions for a new task manipulation in a future experiment (2 pts).

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