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Biology of Exercise Lecture 2 How do we know what we know? THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD Begins by defining a problem and collecting facts about that problem Formulate hypotheses Design and carry out experiment to test hypotheses Analyze and interpret data Report results Journal Article Abstract (brief summary) Introduction Define problem What is known / not known Hypotheses / predict outcome Methods Results Open to interpretation because we can read the data Discussions/ conclusions Peer Review maintains robustness and integrity of science Editor Several reviewers (scientists) Be as critical as possible and send back with recommendations Editor relays back to author to make decision to publish or not More criticism from readers
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  • Spring '17
  • Antony Scalia
  • New England Journal of medicine, Biology of Exercise, Journal of Applied Physiology, European Journal of Applied Physiology

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