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Authors:
Year:
Title of Article:
Journal Title:
Journal Volume/Issue, pages:
Introduction & Design
What was the goal/purpose of this study or review?
What was the research question(s)?
Participants/Methods -this does not need to be long, just a general review of the methods in a couple of sentences.
Who were the participants in this study (sample, sample size, etc.)?
Methods: How was the study conducted? (use terms that we’ve discussed in class – e.g., interview, survey, control group, single subject, etc.)
DATA COLLECTION: Did this study use qualitative or quantitative methods?
Qualitative – Interview – Observation – document analysis (choose one if it applies)
Quantitative – numerical Survey analysis – statistical counts
Study Type
Was type of research did this represent? Experimental? Descriptive? Tell me how you determined this.
If statistics were done, were they descriptive (things like mean, median, standard deviations, etc.) or were they taken a step further and inferential statistics were completed (things like Pearson’s r, t-test, ANOVA, regression, etc.)
Results/Discussion/Clinical Implication
What were the results? (A brief description, no more than 2-3 sentences)
How can this information be used in clinical practice? (use info both from the article and your own opinion)
Critique – be sure to consider the research design, methods, number of participants, treatment methods, fidelity to the protocol, etc.
Strengths of study:
Limitations/weaknesses of study:
ON YOUR OWN: Decide on another research question that could be answered by this same type of design and write it below. Be sure the question is related to some area of speech-language pathology.