Need psychology help with the Most Interesting Research Section

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Reading a research report (abstract, introduction, method, results, conclusions, references). Which part (aside from the abstract) do you tend to focus most of your interest on, and why?

Which sections are most practitioners (therapists, clinicians, etc.) working in the field likely read? Why? 

Is this any different from what scholars, researchers, or academics might read? If so, why?

Jan 8th, 2016

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you need  to focus on methods results and reffernces.this is the contain the body of the research .the methods should be correct if wrong the entire report becomes wrong.the results are also important.the reason behind any research is to obtain results if they are wrong then they become misleading.the refferences are very important since the help one to seek more information on  the same from other sources.

practitioners in the field mostly read the methods so that they can carry out their research.

other scholars will read the entire research work


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