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KINE 482 Other Parts of the Journal Article. David L. Wright. Today we will. Read and proof the re-writes of the summary of cited journal article Describe the components of the journal article Briefly revisit abstracts Discuss the components in the final portfolio. The Journal Article.

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KINE 482Other Parts of the Journal Article

David L. Wright


Today we will..

  • Read and proof the re-writes of the summary of cited journal article

  • Describe the components of the journal article

  • Briefly revisit abstracts

  • Discuss the components in the final portfolio

Summer 2007 — 2


The Journal Article

  • Title

  • Abstract √

  • Introduction √

  • Methods

  • Results

  • Discussion

  • References √

Summer 2007 — 3


Methods

Describe the:

  • Participants

    • Number, characteristics pertinent to study

  • Task

  • Procedure

    • Trial, block, days, etc

  • Statistical Analyses

    • Design (formal organization), dependent variables

Summer 2007 — 4


Results

Statement of results without interpretation which might include:

  • Descriptive Statistics

    • Mean (standard deviation or standard error)

  • Reports of inferential statistics

    • Significant differences (e.g., p<.05)

  • Common to present pertinent figures (or tables)

Summer 2007 — 5


Discussion

  • Discussion often follows each experiment in multi-experiment papers and a general discussion is used

  • Summary of pertinent findings (interpretation of results)

  • Should be link to end of discussion

  • Broad impact

  • Where to next

Summer 2007 — 6


Abstract: Revisited

General Statement

General Method

General Result from

Studies

Concluding Statement

Summer 2007 — 7


What You Should Have Completed For Our Next Class

  • Write an abstract for your three citations

  • Provide a up to date copy of your final portfolio

Summer 2007 — 8


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