Keys%20to%20Selecting%20Your%20Research%20Article

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Keys to Selecting Your Research Article 1. Your article must be a RESEARCH STUDY a. Look for a sample size. If your study does not report a specific number of  participants, then it is likely not a research paper b. This means NO reviews, meta-analyses, theoretical papers, treatment  descriptions, or single case studies 2. Your article must examine a PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT for your disorder of  choice a. Your paper may look at the effects of medication AND treatment or medication 
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Unformatted text preview: COMPARED TO treatment, but it must NOT be a medication only study. 3. The article ABSTRACT must be given to me (either in class or via e-mail) 2 weeks before your presentation data a. Refer to the presentation sign-up sheet (on blackboard) to see when the abstract due dates are for each disorder...
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