Part One:explain what the paper was about. What was the research question? What hypotheses did the authors test? How did they test their hypothesis (that is, what did they do?) and what were the results? What do they think their results mean? Be sure to focus only on the essential information—you can assume that I have read the paper and know the details.Part 2: Does the design of their experiment fit logically with the hypotheses they want to test? Why or why not?Did the authors convince you that their research question is important and that their hypotheses are meaningfully related to their research question? Why or why not?