BIOL 2204 LAB 6 WRITING EXP REPORTS 2019 MAR 5.pdf - Lab 6...

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Lab 6: Writing Experimental Reports Today we will discuss: How to write the specific sections of your report How to find and reference “expert” information (Discussion and References sections) How to present your findings (Results section) How to analyze and interpret your findings (Discussion section)
Your (partial) typed, single-spaced experimental report should be organized in the following way: PAGE 1: Title Introduction(not done for this report) Methods and Materials (not done for this report) Results Discussion On the SAME PAGE together under your title References PAGE 2: Results: Table and graph your own versions with all the information shown do not cut & paste the ones from this PPT example PAGE 3: Appendix Include a copy of the first page from the reference/source used
Is there a difference in muscle fatigue for the dominant versus non-dominant hand? Date submitted Your name Materials & Methods: DO NOT INCLUDE IN YOUR EXPERIMENTAL REPORT Statistical Analysis: Data was obtained from 86 participants. A paired t-test was performed to

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