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Unformatted text preview: APPENDIX Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS), Meta-Analysis Reporting Standards (MARS), and Flow of Participants Through Each Stage of an Experiment or Quasi-Experiment 245 Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS) Information Recommended for Inclusion in Manuscripts That Report New Data Collections Regardless of Research Design 247 Table 1 Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS): Information Recommended for Inclusion in Manuscripts That Report New Data Collections Regardless of Research Design Paper section and topic Description Title and title page Identify variables and theoretical issues under investigation and the relationship between them Author note contains acknowledgment of special circumstances: Use of data also appearing in previous publications, dissertations, or conference papers Sources of funding or other support Relationships that may be perceived as conflicts of interest Abstract Problem under investigation Participants or subjects; specifying pertinent characteristics; in animal research, include genus...
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course MMIS 525 taught by Professor Karlenesanborn during the Fall '12 term at Friends University.
- Fall '12