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Unformatted text preview: follows$from$the$results$of$the$study?$(max.$2$ sentences)$ $ $ $ $ $ $ How$would$you$cite$this$article$in$the$text$of$a$paper?$$e.g$(Ng$et$al.$2012)$ $ How$would$you$cite$this$article$in$the$Literature$Cited$section$of$a$paper:$ e.g.$Ng,$R.,$True,$J.R.,$and$Claus,$S.$2012$Melting$of$North$Pole$ice$cap$creates$refugee$ crisis$for$elf$population.$Demographics/of/Mythical/Organisms$15:$27[31.$ $ What is a primary research ar7cle? •  reports original results •  not a review •  for our purposes –  not a “meta- analysis” –  not “data mining” •  length depends on kind of journal and kind of report how to find scien7fic papers •  main methods JT uses •  PubMed •  Google Scholar PubMed search •  h@p://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/ Google Scholar search •  h@p://scholar.google.com geVng the full ar7cle •  public access journals (e.g. PLOS journals) –  can view as HTML or download pdf •  On SBU computers –  can get some access (e.g. JSTOR archived journals) just by being on the network –  others that SBU subscribes to - can access through library website •  use Net ID to get to journal page •  Google Scholar allows access to many archived pdfs (may depend on being on SBU system?) library website •  www.stonybrook.edu/sb/libraries.shtml read as much of the paper as you can understand •  many sta7s7cal analyses...
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