A brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of the article.
About 75 to 100 words long.
Dense with information.
All of the above.
Include a thorough historical review of the literature.
Be clearly labeled.
Present the importance of the problem to be explored and specify hypotheses and objectives.
To encourage the reader to investigate the meaning.
For all units of time.
If the reader were more familiar with the abbreviation than with the complete word or words being used.
Nouns that precede a variable.
The word "factor" when it is followed by a number (e.g., Factor 6).
Names of conditions or groups in an experiment.
Procedural errors occurred while 2.0 rats in the drug condition and 3.0 rats in the placebo condition were being tested.
Leave as is
Procedural errors occurred while two rats in the drug condition and three rats in the placebo condition were being tested.
Procedural errors occurred while two (2) rats in the drug condition and three (3) rats in the placebo condition were being tested.
Leave as is
There were 20 6-year-olds, 18 10-year-olds, and 24 14-year olds.
There were 20 six-year-olds, 18 ten-year-olds, and 24 fourteen-year olds.
There were twenty six-year-olds, eighteen 10-year-olds, and twenty-four 14-year-olds.
Author byline and abstract.
Author byline, institutional affiliation, running head, and the page number 1.
Author byline, institutional affiliation, running head, the page number 1, and author note.
Author byline, institutional affiliation, and abstract.
A. How do hypotheses and research design relate to one another?
B. What are the theoretical and practical implications of the study?
C. What statistical tests were used?
D. all of the above.
A and b.
A. title page, abstract, introduction
B. Method, Results, Discussion
C. References, figures, tables
D. a and b
Centered at the bottom of the title page in all uppercase letters.
Flush left at the top of the title page in all uppercase letters.
Centered at the bottom of the title page in uppercase and lowercase letters.
Flush right at the bottom of the title page in all uppercase and lowercase letters.
A. include an exhaustive historical account.
B. cite select studies pertinent to the issue under investigation.
C. refer the reader to reviews if they are available.
D. stick to print sources rather than electronic sources.
E. b and c.
A single paragraph in block format.
One or more paragraphs with the first line indented.
A single paragraph with the first line indented.
More than one paragraph with space between paragraphs.
Needs to be dense with information.
Should include information that does not appear in the body of the manuscript.
Should be written in the present tense.
All of the above.
Use words to express all numbers.
Use numerals to express all numbers.
Use numerals to express numbers 10 and above and words to express numbers below 10.
Use numerals to express numbers in tables and graphs and words to express numbers in the text.