What choices regarding population, sample size, and method did the researchers make that give one pause regarding the veracity of Waldinger’s conclusion?

Week 8 Signature Assignment (200 points)FYI (Welcome to week 8. This is where everything you have learned is expected to come together. Each bullet points need one good-sized paragraph which needs to be a solid, academic style. This is what we have been working for all term. This is where you want to show your best self. This is a showcase of what you have learned in class. You should be referring to the course terminology and the course concepts. You need to be showing me you understand these concepts. So make sure you are putting in your best effort this week. It’s not quite an essay but it’s also not quite a single short answer either. It should be in-between)
Please choose ONE of the following Ted Talks to respond to. Follow the questions related to each talk and answer using bullet points or essay format. This response does not require APA formatting (unless you are using citations). Please see the rubric for further support.Topic #4:Before watching the next video, consider your definition of happiness:What does it mean to you to be happy? Do you desire money or things? Do you want to travel? Does your happiness depend on your relationships with others? Feel free to use the “I” voice. Write a short paragraph as your response.After defining happiness, watch the following Ted video What Makes a Good Life? Lessons from the Longest Study on Happiness by Robert Waldinger (2016) and answer the following questions:Waldinger is the fourth director of a study spanning 75 years that examines the roots of happiness. According to Waldinger’s ongoing study, results suggest that relationships are involved. The data and reasoning explain whether relations are the cause of happiness or merely correlated to happiness. Make sure you explain your answers.While Waldinger’s study is certainly suggestive but carries with it certain flaws. Examine the process by which Waldinger and those previously involved with this study carried out their research. What choices regarding population, sample size, and method did the researchers make that give one pause regarding the veracity of Waldinger’s conclusion?Consider your own experiences. Does your experience support Waldinger’s conclusion insofar as you can evaluate your happiness at this time of your life, and why or why not? Provide details and examples from your personal experiences that you are comfortable sharing.