Title Authors Affiliations. Abstract The abstract gives a short summary of your project, including the introduction, reasearch question, methods, participants, and results. Results
The abstract gives a short summary of your project, including the introduction, reasearch question, methods, participants, and results.
There are a variety of methods by which you can display your results. Regardless of the method you choose, it is important to have a description of the data.
Overall group differences on ImPACT index and SDMT scores
Omnibus group differences of effort test performance
The results section provides you an opportunity to more fully describe the results of your study. Describe the most important findings of your study in easy-to-understand terms.
The introduction gives relevant background information for your study. It provides the foundation for the rationale and research questions of your study. Be sure to cite any references.
Method and Participants
This is the “how” and “who” section. Describe to your reader how you selected participants for participation. Provide any demographic information.
Include the measures you used
This section provides an opportunity to explain the results in a broader context. Why are these findings important? Do they support or contradict the findings of other studies. Also an opportunity to discuss the limitations of the study and future directions for research.
Rate of impaired symptom report by group