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Introductory Guide to
Reading Research Articles
- A Self-Paced Learning Module

Introduction
Peer Reviewed Journals
Types of Published Articles
Authors
Abstract
Introduction
Literature Review
Rationale & Purpose
Methods
Results
Discussion
References

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References

All research articles should include a reference section that links to the citations provided in the body of the text.

Examine the references carefully.  Do these reflect research that is current or old? Older references are acceptable for landmark studies and historical references to theories. However, the author should have attempted to identify recent studies as illustrations within the article.

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