298 Spring 2010 Reporting results and presenting data

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Dr. Fred Prochaska - Spring 298 Course Notes Reporting Results and Presenting Data Overall Tips/Suggestions: Results summary should be presented about both quantitative and qualitative content following the design and data analysis areas included in the earlier methods section. Do not just report tables and figures – most of the results section should be in narrative format. Results should answer the questions or issues you posed in the earlier chapters. If you did not address major issues described earlier either change the earlier sections or explain in the results section why it was not possible to address that issue(s). Results presented should be concise, clear, and easy to interpret. Should also be objectively verifiable and not subject to lots of inference or interpretation. Leave the analysis to the Discussion and Implications chapters. General information to include in the Results chapter: Client Focused Projects: --how often you saw the client(s) --did the contacts/interventions conform to your plan, explain any differences --describe any changes to your objectives or measures and state why they needed to change. --describe any key events that affected the intervention or data collection.
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