Mobile phone use harming teens health. Summary of the piece of information: Description of piece of information illustrates that the piece of information was read and understood. No quotations are permitted in the summary. Everything MUST be written in your own words. Statistical concepts: List and explain concepts that reflect the pieces of information. These concepts should be clearly outlined. Each concept must be described conceptually rather than purely mathematical terms. No quotations are permitted in the summary. Everything MUST be written in your own words. Interpretation and Generalization: Last and most importantly, you will interpret whether the piece of information has correctly or incorrectly used the statistical concepts. Explain the rationale behind your interpretation. Give another example of a situation in which the use of the statistical concept can generalize. That is, describe another situation that might use the same interpretation of the concept. Writing style: Language concepts and phenomenon are described in understandable terms. Paper is well organized and structured, paragraphs make clear points (i.e., no rambling), and paper is not overly wordy. Another source to look at is Statistics for Psychology, Sixth Edition by Arthur and Elaine N. Aron, Elliot J. Coups.