Conventional layout of a journal article

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Research methods revision
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: show results of the study 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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