PSY 220 LAB Final

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  1. List all the sections in order as suggested by APA starting with title page and edning with figures
    • Title Page
    • Title
    • Author's Name and Institutional Affiliation
    • Author's Note
    • Abstract
    • Introduction
    • Method
    • Results
    • Discussion
    • Multiple Experiments
    • Meta-Analyses
    • References
    • Footnotes
    • Appendices and Supplemental Materials (Figures)
  2. What format of an APA-style manuscript start on separate pages?
    • Title Page
    • Abstract
    • Introduction
    • References
    • Footnotes
    • Appendices and Supplemental Materials (Figures)
  3. What format of an APA-style manuscript DOESN'T start on a separate page?
    • Title
    • Method
    • Results
    • Discussion
    • Multiple Experiments
    • Meta-Analyses
  4. Provide one reason why an author would choose to abbreviate terminology in a manuscript.
    Abbreviations are useful for long, technical terms in scientific writing.
  5. Subsections in the Method Section
    • Materials
    • Participants
    • Procedure
  6. 5 types of information that should appear in a Participants subsection
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Ethnic and/or racial group
    • Level of education
    • Sexual orientation
  7. Information presented in the results section
    • Recruitment
    • Statistics and data analysis on the aspects of conduct of research
    • Ancillary analyses
    • Participant flow
    • Intervention or manipulation fidelity
    • Baseline data
    • Statistics and data analysis on results of experimental manipulation
    • Adverse events
  8. Discuss when to use a figure and when to use a table.
    Figures are used to display graphs, charts, drawing, etc. Tables are used for displaying analyses, numbers, percentages, etc.
  9. In what order should references be listed in the reference list?
    Alphabetical order by author's last name
  10. Elements of a title page, indicating the order in which they appear
    • Running head
    • Title
    • Author's name
    • Institutional affiliation
    • Author Note
  11. What is an abstract and why is it important?
    The abstract is a brief summary of the contents of the article. It is important in allowing the reader to see a quick overview of what the article is about before reading its entirety
  12. What is the purpose of the introduction section?
    The introduction presents the scientific problem and describes the research strategy.
  13. What should be discussed in an introduction?
    • Explore importance of the problem
    • Describe relevant scholarship
    • State hypothesis and their correspondence to research design
  14. Goal of discussion section
    Examine, interpret, and qualify the results and draw inferences and conclusions from them with respect to the original hypothesis.

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