Results - Just the Facts: How to Write a Results Section...

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Just the Facts: How to Write a Results Section
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Reading Please read pages 32-35 (2.07) before attempting to write the Results section.
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Purpose of the Results Section Report the statistical treatment of the data including the design of analyses Report the outcome of the statistical treatment of the data including the statistic, the degrees of freedom, and the value. Make the results as easily understood as possible (using tables or figures as necessary). Note: Interpretation of the findings must be avoided—just the facts.
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Ask yourself these questions What did I find? How can I say what I found in a careful, detailed way? How can I be precise and to the point? Will it be clear to the reader?
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First… The word “Results” is centered and boldfaced immediately following Methods section.
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Then… Describe outcome of the analysis. Significant statistical outcomes as well as non-significant ones must be mentioned. For several correlational analyses
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