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Research methods
Conventional layout of a journal article
Abstract
A summary of the study covering the aims, hypothesis, method, procedures, results
and conclusion.
Introduction
What the researchers intended to investigate, including a review of prior studies
done into the topic.
Method
Detailed description of what the researchers did providing enough information so
it can be replicated including information on the sample, testing, environment,
brief and debrief.
Results
Shows results using inferential tests
Discussion
Explanations are speculated of the behaviours observed. Implications of the
research in the future are explored.
References
Full details of any journal articles or books mentioned or used.

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