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Answer in format below:
I. Purpose of Study (Specific reason for study) A. Why is this studybeing done?
B. What is the “Statement
This information can usually be found at the end of the Introduction/Literature Review Section of the Article.
II. Rationale for the Study (Theory behind the study) A. What led theauthor(s) to pursue the study?
B. What is/isn’t presently done (clinically) that led the author(s) to study this topic?
C. What “new” information has become available that the author(s) felt worthy of study?
This information can usually be found in the Introduction/Literature Review Section of the
A. Who were the subjects? (participants) Were they appropriately chosen for this study?
B. What were the subjects asked to do?
C. How was the study performed?
A. What were the results of the study?
B. Did the author(s) find what they thought they would find?
A. How does (do) the author(s) explain the results?
B. Why did they, or did they not, find what they had expected?
VI. Clinical Implications
A. What are the clinical implications of the study? B. What do theresults mean to you clinically?
C. How will you practically apply/transfer the results of this study to your clinical work?
VII. Limitations of Study (Examples)
A. Number of participants compared to the general population (e.g. small # of participants) B. Changes inlanguage disorder: Could other factors be the reason (time, other teachers,
VIII. Future Research (follow up study)
A. How could future research be done differently on the study?