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    of this assignment is to critically review a research article extracted from a professional journal using a critiquing framework. The essay will attempt to analyse and evaluate the validity and rigour of the research study and will unitise the critiquing framework for quantitative research papers devised by (Steen and Roberts, 2011, p56-57), while also taking time to reflect upon the research study’s value and influence on practice. The article ‘Women’s perception of the term ‘obstetrician’ (Kenyon

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    Journal Article Crititque

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    Journal Article Critique Paper Britnie Amedee, Kelsey Thompson, Angela Lipford BSHS/435 January 19, 2015 Mrs. Heather Suggs Journal Article Critique Paper “Electronic games are now an everyday part of childhood and adolescence” (Olsen, 2010). Considering children and adolescence are our future, parents need to consider and monitor how these electronic games are affecting their child. There are more studies afloat that report the negative affects of video games over the positive effects until

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    ‘how’ and ‘what’ incline to qualitative research with purpose for exploring deep understandings (Greener, 2012 p. 10), a qualitative research design alone could address Murphy et al.’s research questions. Nevertheless, it can be seen from the journal article that exploring in-depth understandings of how children perceive science and science assessment is, though, one of Murphy et al.’s intentions, the primary aim of the funded research is to enhance the generalization of its findings to a much larger

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    I accessed this journal article on EBSCOhost. The authors in this study are Teri Todd, Greg Ried, and Lynn Butler – Kisber. Teri Todd is with Adapted Physical Education Department at California State University. Both Greg Reid and Lynn Butler – Kisber are with McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Greg Reid is with the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education and Lynn Butler – Kisber is with the Department of Integrated Studies in Education. The purpose of this study was to investigate the

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    Given these points, this was a very informative journal article. The authors effectively catered to the appropriate audience and education was provided with the different models. Moreover, the authors proved their hypothesis, discuss the methods in great detail, and provided missing discriminatory analysis. The authors also allowed the reader to see a clear picture into the emotions and discourse experience with Mixed Orientation couples. As a matter of fact, the authors also gave advice on ways

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    Journal Article Critique

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    Research Article 1 Roberts, T. (2003). Effects of Alphabet-Letter Instruction on Young Children's Word Recognition [Electronic Version]. Journal of Educational Psychology, 95 (1), 41-51. Title The title of the article gave a fair representation of the topic as it was clear and concise in the wording. The title encompassed the idea that alphabet letter instruction on young children's word recognition would be explored through experiments and analysis. Reading on through the article it was evident

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    Journal Article Summary

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    Journal Article Summary Article reference Ambron, E., Lingnau, A., Lunardelli, A., Pesavento, V., & Rumiati, R. I. (2015). The effect of goals and vision on movements: A case study of optic ataxia and limb apraxia. Brain & Cognition, 9577-89 13p. doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2015.01.006 Purpose of the study The purpose of the study was to investigate the potential outcomes of spatial and temporal features of reaching and grasping movements in a patient whom suffered from a ischemic stroke, and

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    1 Running head: Journal Article Review Self Forgiveness: The Step Child of Forgiveness Catherine Demere’ Bowen Liberty University June 28, 2012 Journal Article Review 2 Self Forgiveness: The Step Child of Forgiveness Summary The general topic of forgiveness has received a magnitude of attention and research on a conceptual level in recent years. Hall and Fincham consistently

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    Journal Article Critique Student’s Name Institution Affiliation Journal Article Critique A journal article critique refers to the process through which a journal article is examined, explored, and objectively reviewed to establish its strengths and weaknesses as well as highlight how it can be applied to practice (Yeong, 2014). Regardless of the profession that one pursues, the dynamic nature of the modern world means that it is imperative for professionals everywhere to be able to recognize

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    scholarly journal article us written with the purpose of informing or educating an intellectual audience. This type of article can be determined by its serious presentation. An academic article is always at least ten pages long and includes charts and graphs. This type of journal will always include a “works cited” and “bibliography”. The author of these types of articles are professionals in the field being discussed. Lastly when searching the internet, the site hosting these journals end with “Edu”

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