Please Rectify Statistics’ Paper.
Hello!! Professor Gachara, I enclose the instructions of the facilitator of the statistics class to deliver my paper research proposal on Female Sexual Dysfunction and Infertility. Please if you can rectify the document following this format. Include tables and graphs. Please I need it as soon as possible. I am looking forward to your response. Thank you and nice day!!
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Scientiﬁc journals generally use the same format, which includes the following: title, abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, conclusion, and references (Box 12-1). There may also be supplementary sections such as acknowledgements, ﬁgures, and tables. APA style.
SECTIONS OF A RESEARCH PAPER (Box 12-1).
I. Abstract State the problem, the methods (including number of subjects), and the main conclusions.
II. Introduction Provide the context and rationale for the study. State the purpose of the study, provide a review of the literature, point out deﬁciencies in the current body of research, and state how the study hopes to address one or more of these deﬁciencies.
III. Methods Provide the “map” or “recipe” for conducting the study and be sure it is written so that any investigator can repeat the study. This section usually includes: ■ A description of how the data were collected ■ A description of the sample (including the sample size and demographics) ■ The response rate ■ Methods for assignment into treatment and control groups (if applicable) ■ Variable deﬁnitions, including recoding and modiﬁcation of variables ■ A discussion of the statistical methods used and any special challenges or adjustments made
IV. Results Only actual ﬁndings are presented. Descriptive statistics about the outcome variables of interest are usually presented ﬁrst. The results of both bivariate and multivariate analysis are presented in this section. Note that important ﬁndings are presented in both tables and the text; less important or less interesting ﬁndings can be discussed in one or the other. Interpretation of the ﬁndings should not appear in the results section.
V. Discussion Study limitations and strengths appear in this section. The implications of the ﬁndings are discussed here. This section usually includes a comparison of ﬁndings with those of earlier studies, a discussion of the implications of the ﬁndings for clinical practice and health policy, and the need for future research.