• Journal Article Research Critique
    Journal Article Research Critique by C. O’Neal MBA 532 UA – Quantitative Business Analysis Instructor:Dr. Ed Ohlson Cheryl O’Neal 3/8/2008 Journal Article Research Critique by C. O’Neal Introduction Cancer patient
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  • Nursing Research Critique
    RESEARCH CRITIQUE Research Critique of Adherence to Walking or Stretching, and Risk of Preeclampsia in Sedentary Pregnant Women Ana H. Corona Western University of Health Sciences CGN 5306: Biostatistics and Epidemiology August 1, 2009 Research Critique of “Adherence to Walking or Stret
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  • Research Critique of Study on Newborn Temperature Regulation
    Abstract The authors (Chiu, Anderson, & Burkhammer, 2005) of the article present all the essential components of the research study. There will be a decrease in temperature in the newborn if having difficulties breastfeeding while having skin-to-skin contact with the mother. That was the inferred
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  • Critique Guideline.Doc
    OSM 601 – RESEARCH METHODS ARTICLE CRITIQUE Guidelines for Research Critique A. Research Problem 1. What is the major research problem identified in the study? Is the problem clearly stated? 2. What is the author(s) justification for conducting the study (i.e., why is it important)?
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  • Research Article Critique
    Research Article Critique Associations between Working Models of Attachment and Conflict Management Behavior in Romantic Couples by Gary Creasey The research question is to specify relations between internal working models of attachment (IWM) and conflict management behaviors in a sample of youn
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  • Market Research Sample ( Airline)
    Sample Process and Size Sample Population must meet at least two of the following qualification: Have experience the handling of obese passenger personally Have worked with obese individuals in a professional matter Have worked as a customer service agent with a commercial airline Target
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  • Critique of a Study; Muscle Dysmorphia - Excellent Paper
    Last year a study was performed to examine a model for the development of muscle dysmorhpia among male college athletes. The model is known as the Lantz, Rhea, and Mayhew Model and it describes the relationship between pre-disposing factors for the development of muscle dysmorphia and the negative
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  • Critical Review of a Research Article
    Manchester University MEd Educational Psychology Student Registration Number: 440880 MD699 Research Issues in Psychology Critical Review of a Research Article Pupils who exhibit gifted characteristics along with another disability are referred to as ‘twice-exceptional students' (Morr
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  • Journal Article Critique
    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
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  • Critique of an Article from the Journal of Applied Physiology
    Critique of an article from the Journal of Applied Physiology "Effect of different protocols of caffeine intake on metabolism and endurance performance" By Steve Bradley, BUSN 670, Queens University February 3rd, 2004 Introduction In 2002, a group of Australian researchers published a
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  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research Approaches
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Abstract Sports fandom consists of cognitive and affective, as well as behavioural components. Existing sports fan research utilises either strong qualitative, or more often, strong quantitative methodologies. The s
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  • What Is Research
    Abstract In answer to the question ‘what is research?' various definitions may be given with reasonable confidence, these referencing many different themes and schemes as well as common assumptions. Given the large amount of material accessible to the notionally non-confluent realms of academia
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  • Research
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM Background We need to be understood and not to be condemned… we also have feelings and dreams… we also need love and need to belong… we are a part of this society… allow us to exist that we may live with our own identity…. This excerpt was asserted by
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  • Cyberinfidelity Research
    Telehealth: WOMEN'S INTERNET BEHAVIOR PROVIDING PSYCHOTHERAPY OFFLINE AND ONLINE FOR CYBER-INFIDELITY by: Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D. Director of Telehealth California School of Professional Psychology September, 1999 Abstract As women are using the Internet in increasing numbers, a variety of b
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  • Marketing Research
    1.0 Executive Summary From the findings of our research we have arise few issues for Peppercorn Café: It is important for the cafes to provide good customer service that can satisfy customer needs therefore this strategy can provide communication between the retailer and its customer. Furthermo
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  • Mental Health Critique
    In the past few years, numerous publications have suggested that serious mental illnesses are associated with an increased prevalence of type 2 diabetes. In 2004, Dixon et al. published a study titled "A Comparison of Type 2 Diabetes Outcomes among Persons With and Without Severe Mental Illnesses"
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  • Nestle New Product Development Critique
    1. Critique Nestle's new product development process for pasta and for pizza. Nestle's MRD was responsible for monitoring a product from the idea generation phase to the product launch step. The new product development processes consisted of 7 steps organized in a logical and sequential format whi
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  • Critique of Tyler and Wiggins
    In his book Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction, Ralph Tyler outlines four critical components of curriculum that may serve as a guide to the creation of curriculum as well as a tool for the analysis and interpretation of curriculum. The four basic components consist of educational purpo
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  • Research and Practice in Human Resource Management
    RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Chew, Y. T. (2005). Achieving Organisational Prosperity through Employee Motivation and Retention: A Comparative Study of Strategic HRM Practices in Malaysian Institutions, Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 13(2), 87-104. Ach
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  • Approaches to Educational Research
    Training Needs Assessment and Curriculum Development in an International Organisation by Svetlana Belic Malinic ABSTRACT The OSCE Mission to Serbia would commission a research on the training need assessment for the Diplomatic Protocol Training. The training needs would be assessed throug
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