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Inquiry In Action: Interpreting Scientific Papers 11th Edition

Inquiry In Action: Interpreting Scientific Papers - 11th Edition - by Urry, Lisa A.; Cain, Michael L.; Wasserman, Steven A.; Minorsky, Peter V.; Reece, Jane B.; Buskirk, Ruth V.; Gillen, Christopher M. - ISBN 9780134478616
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Inquiry In Action: Interpreting Scienti...
11th Edition
Urry, Lisa A.; Cain, Michael L.; Wasserman, Steven A.; Minorsky, Peter V.; Reece, Jane B.; Buskirk, Ruth V.; Gillen, Christopher M.
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134478616

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This guide helps students learn how to read and understand primary research articles. Part A presents complete articles accompanied by questions that help students analyze the article. Related Inquiry Figures are included in the supplement. Part B covers every part of a research paper, explaining the aim of the sections and how the paper works as a whole.

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