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2. A peer review allows judges to...

  • See if articles make a significant contribution
  • Tell the researcher if the article is bad
  • Tell the researcher what to improve about the article

3. In the Method the design used should be identified and justified, what else?

  • IV's and whether they were naturally occurring
  • IV's and how they were operationalised and how DV's were measured
  • IV's and why they were chosen

4. Which of these should be part of the abstract?

  • Statistical analysis points
  • Participants investigated
  • Summary tables

5. In the Introduction what should be there?

  • Outline of precise topics being investigated and how
  • Outline of the procedure
  • Outline of the referencing system used


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