Critique Of Lin Article Essays and Term Papers

  • Lin Article Critique 2

    Lin Article Critique 2 Critique of Population and Sampling Random Sampling or Target Group The Lin article did not contain random sampling. Lin (2004) choose to use participants from a specific group of people to complete the research. Lin (2004) used 43 participants from an inpatient treatment...

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  • Lin Article Critique

    Lin Article Critique: Part II Liberty University February 15, 2012 Evaluating Research in Academic Journals by F.Pyrczak (2008) is used to critique the article, Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to substance Use among Inpatient Substance-Dependent...

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  • Lin Article Critique 2

    Lin Article Critique Part 2 Liberty University Dr. Hinson Lin Article Critique Population and Sampling Critique In the article, Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients, forty- three participants were...

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  • Lin Article Critique

    Lin Article Critique Pt.2 Keara Goode Liberty University Online COUN-503 Dr. K. Beard 2-17-13 The purpose of this article is to critique the title and introduction of the Wei-Len Lin (2004) article titled “Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among...

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  • Research Article Critique Lin Ii

    Lin Article Critique: Part Two April 21 2011 METHODOLOGY Critique of Population and Sampling Lin’s article titled Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients states that after recruiting...

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  • Lin Article Critique Part II

    Critique of Sample For this study random sampling was used. First they had referred clients that were having issues with substance abuse to participate in the study. Once the participants completed the assessments to see if they were qualified for the study they were randomly assigned into the forgiveness...

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  • Lin Article Critique Part Iii

    Lin Article Critique Part III Kaitlin Clark Liberty University June 30, 2013 When an author reports percentages, it is also important for the underlying number of cases for each percentage to be reported as timely (Pyrczak, 2008). It can be considered misleading if all numbers atomic number 18 not...

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  • Lin Article Critique: Part 1

    Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title and Introduction Liberty University Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title & Introduction In the article Effects of forgiveness therapy on anger, mood, and vulnerability to substance use among inpatient substance-dependent clients (Lin...

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  • Lin Article Critique: Part 1

    Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title and Introduction Bonnie J Thomas-Willey Liberty University Coun 503-D10 LUO Research and Program Evaluation  Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Title and Introduction Summary Lin, Mack, Enright, and Baskin (2004) state that prior to the writing of this article...

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  • lin Article Critique part 2

    Lin Article Critique Title and Introduction Part 1 Lin Summary of Article Critique This article discusses the potential benefits of forgiveness therapy. The authors of this research show interest in forgiveness therapy for inpatient substance-dependent clients. The authors are examining if forgiveness...

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  • Lin Article Critique Part 2

    Lin Article Critique Part 2 Critique of Population and Sampling The recruited population for the Lin, et al (2004) study was randomly selected based on referred opinions from their therapist who believed the recommended persons would be good candidates for this study. In light of Pyrzcak’s (2008)...

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  • Lin Article Critique Part 1

    Critique of the Lin Article Part I The article Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients written by Lin, Mack, Enright, Krahn, & Baskin (2004) will be critiqued in this paper. The title, abstract, literature review,...

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  • Graded Lin Article Critique - Part 3

    Assessment of Lin Article-Part Three XXXXXXX M. XXXXXXX Liberty University Assessment of Lin Article-Part Three Elements covered in this graduate student’s first critique of Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood, and Vulnerability to Substance Use Among Inpatient Substance-Dependent Clients (Lin, Mack...

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  • Lin Article

    Lin Critique-Part I Lin’s article had such a profound effect upon me for personal family reasons. The article stated how anger and related emotions have been identified as triggers in substance use. According to Lin, the levels of anger...

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  • Lin Article

    Lin Article Critique 1 Rebecca Elkins Liberty University Research Methods 503-D14 Dr. Heckler Lin Article Critique 1 Article Summary The article Effects of Forgiveness Therapy on Anger, Mood and Vulnerability to substance Use Among Impatient Substance-Dependent Clients written by Lin, Enright...

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  • Lin Article

    Lin Article Critique: Part 1 Liberty University Lin Article Critique: Part 1 The article focuses on the research conducted regarding whether forgiveness therapy has an effect on anger, mood, and vulnerability. The research was conducted on inpatient clients that were dependent on alcohol...

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  • Lin Articke Critique

    higher with alcohol and substance abuse users when compared to the general population (Lin, Mack, Enright, Krahn, & Baskin, 2004). Two key emotions that are triggered in recovering alcoholics are anger and resentment (Lin et al., 2004). The first emotion of anger can cause an alcoholic to drink when he...

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  • Article Critique \

    Assignment # 1 (Article Critique) Hess addressed the idea of teaching intelligent design in social studies verses science. Many critics feel teaching intelligent design gives the idea too much validity, "placing it next to science". Many believe that intelligent design is a mask for religious...

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  • Article Critique

    Article Critique “The Value Premium and the CAPM” Endri Seiti Course: Research Methods in Finance and Accounting Instructor: Dr. Magdy S. Roufaiel Introduction: “The Value Premium and the CAPM” paper, written by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French was published in the Journal of Finance in...

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  • Article Critique

    Part 1. Identify the Articles From David Goutor, ‘Drawing Different Lines of Color: The Main Stream English Labour Movement’s Approach to Blacks and the Chinese, 1880-1914’, Labor: Studies in Working Class History of the Americas 2(1), pp. 55-76. 2005, Duke University Press. All rights reserved. Reprinted...

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