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Please just briefly answer each question as listed below from the article provided. You do not
need to put it on a ppt. and please do not include a title page. Thank you.
1. Description of the Problem.
2. What is the Purpose of the study?
3. What is/are the Research Question/Aim or Hypothesis?
4. ONLY what is actually IN the article
5. Name the Research Design (Experimental or Non-experimental), and the Type within
that Design.
6. Describe the Comparisons being made in the study (# Groups, # Data Collection
Points, etc.)
7. Identify the study Population.
8. Identify the Sampling Design and Type (Convenience, etc.).
9. Identify whether a Power Analysis was conducted. If Power Analysis used, identify the
recommended Sample Size.
10. Name the Independent and Dependent Variables.
11. Identify the Conceptual Definitions of the Variables (if given).
12. Describe the Instruments that were used to measure the Variables
13. Include Reliability and Validity
14. Identify which Statistical Tests were used to explore the Research Question, Aim,
Purpose or Hypothesis.
15. Identify whether the test(s) were appropriate to the # Groups, # Data Collection Points,
# DVs.
16. Describe the Results (Main Effect of the Intervention) in the study.
17. Identify which findings were Statistically Significant, and relevant p values.
18. Identify the study Strengths and Weaknesses in a Table, using information from the
previous slides.
19. Identify whether the study is strong enough to support a change in Practice, based
on and referencing the Strengths and Weaknesses in the previous slide (from the Table)

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Please just briefly answer each question as listed below from the article provided. You do not need to put it on a ppt. and please do not include a title page. Thank you. 1. Description of the Problem. 2. What is the Purpose of the study? 3. What is/are the Research Question/Aim or Hypothesis? 4. ONLY what is actually IN the article 5. Name the Research Design (Experimental or Non-experimental), and the Type within that Design. 6. Describe the Comparisons being made in the study (# Groups, # Data Collection Points, etc.) 7. Identify the study Population. 8. Identify the Sampling Design and Type (Convenience, etc.). 9. Identify whether a Power Analysis was conducted. If Power Analysis used, identify the recommended Sample Size. 10. Name the Independent and Dependent Variables. 11. Identify the Conceptual Definitions of the Variables (if given). 12. Describe the Instruments that were used to measure the Variables 13. Include Reliability and Validity 14. Identify which Statistical Tests were used to explore the Research Question, Aim, Purpose or Hypothesis. 15. Identify whether the test(s) were appropriate to the # Groups, # Data Collection Points, # DVs. 16. Describe the Results (Main Effect of the Intervention) in the study. 17. Identify which findings were Statistically Significant, and relevant p values. 18. Identify the study Strengths and Weaknesses in a Table, using information from the previous slides. 19. Identify whether the study is strong enough to support a change in Practice, based on and referencing the Strengths and Weaknesses in the previous slide (from the Table) Name: Description: ...
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