Author information includes name, professional qualifications, and institutional affiliations. May also include author contact information.
A brief, comprehensive summary of the article, written by the author(s) of the article.
Introduces the problem, tells you why it’s important, and outlines the background, purpose, and hypotheses the authors are trying to test.
Describes in details how the research was conducted, and may be subdivided into subsections describing Materials, Apparatus, Subjects, Design, and Procedures.
Summarizes the data and describes how it was analyzed. It should be sufficiently detailed to justify the conclusions. Often includes graphs, charts or tables as a visual representation of the data.
The authors explain how the data fits their original hypothesis, state their conclusions (possibly in an additional section labeled "Conclusions"), and look at the theoretical and practical implications of their research. The authors may also note potential for further research.
List of sources used by the author(s) in the form of citations & a great place to find additional resources for your project/paper.
Take notes while you read and use a dictionary to look up unfamiliar words or phrases.
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