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Research in Communicative Disorders 1 Parts of A Research Paper Introduction Methods Results Conclusion/Discussion References and Citations
Research in Communicative Disorders 2 Introduction Title Abstract Table of Contents General Statement of Problem Introduction Review of Literature Specific purpose
Research in Communicative Disorders 3 Title Direct and to the point … limitation on length. Name of author/s Affiliation
Research in Communicative Disorders 4 Abstract Problem Brief description of subjects Succinct description of methodology Results Conclusions and implications
Research in Communicative Disorders 5 Table of Contents Also table of figures and table of graphs.
Research in Communicative Disorders 6 Introduction/Review of Literature Author starts in a broad statement of the problem and begins to narrow the topic. Review of literature is in this section.
Research in Communicative Disorders 7 Specific purpose Purpose Question Hypothesis –Null and experimental
Research in Communicative Disorders 8 Methods Subject –Sample size –Criteria for subject selection
Research in Communicative Disorders 9 Methods (cont.) Instrumentation/Materials –Instrumentation and calibration –Standardized and non-standardized instruments and materials
Research in Communicative Disorders 10 Methods (cont.) Procedures Analysis of Data
Research in Communicative Disorders 11 Results Tables Figures Summary Statistics Analysis of Data
Research in Communicative Disorders 12 Conclusion/Discussion Conclusion Previous research Theoretical and clinical implications
Research in Communicative Disorders 13 Conclusion/Discussion (cont.) Limitations of the study Implications for further research
Research in Communicative Disorders 14 References and Citations All citations must be references. All references must be cited. APA and other styles.
Research in Communicative Disorders 15 Poster Sessions Purpose of posters Differences between posters and other formats
Research in Communicative Disorders 16 Poster Sessions (cont.) General design and layout Introduction and statement of problem Methods Results/Conclusions
Research in Communicative Disorders 17 Last Slide
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