Summary of the research support – why did the author(s) do this study? What are the past research findings that lead them to their hypothesis? what is the theory? What is/are the hypothesis/es? (list three hypotheses if there are several)
Briefly tell what happened to participants in the study from beginning to end.
What were the results of the study (give three relevant findings, including whether or not the hypothesis/es you stated above was/were supported)?
What new information or application do we have now given the results of this study (i.e., how can we use this information in the real world)?
NOTE #1: Plagiarism will NOT be accepted (Canvas automatically checks for plagiarism). Plagiarism is defined as the use of anothers ideas or words without appropriate acknowledgment.
NOTE #2: No more than one quote will be accepted; quotes should be reserved for statistical statements that are difficult to paraphrase, or a list of characteristics for a group of people or a variable.
NOTE #3: For review articles, just summarize the main points in each section.