Final Paper (10 Annotated Bibliographies) CD 6600 Research Methods

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Final Paper (10 Annotated Bibliographies)

CD 6600 Research Methods

 GRADING–How you are graded:

·       The first 6 general questions are all worth 1 point= 1x 6= 6 points.

·       Each question under the Journal Article is worth 1 point.  There are 9 questions per journal article, so there are 9 points total for each journal article x 10= 90 points.

·       The total for the final paper= 96 points.

 

Instructions: Find 10 peer-reviewed RESEARCH articles that relate to a research topic you are interested in. Do not use an expert opinion article.

 

Please use this word document to complete this assignment electronically and edit this word document as you go.  Submit (1) this document (as a Word doc or PDF) and (2) the full version of ALL 10 research articles (as individual PDFs) to Canvas by the due date listed.

 

General Questions

1.     Identify an area that you enjoy and could see yourself working in. (e.g. voice) List that here:

Swallowing, and swallowing disorders

2.     

Identify a question or need for research. (e.g. Semi Occluded Vocal Tract).  List that here:  How does age and gender influence the prevalence and characteristics of swallowing disorders in a diverse population, and how might this information inform targeted speech therapy interventions?

 

3.     List the search terms (e.g. voice, speech, etc.) and search engines (e.g. PubMed, etc.) used in your research.  List them here:

 

 

4.     Why did you choose this area?

I choose this area because I work in a nursing home/ hospital setting and most of the patients have difficulty swallowing/swallowing disorders.  

 

5.     Why did you choose these search terms?

 

 

6.     How do you know this question hasn’t been answered?

 

 

1st Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

2nd Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

3rd Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

 

4th Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

5th Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

6th Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

7th Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

8th Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

9th Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

 

10th Journal Article

1.     APA Citation:

2.     Statement of purpose (You can pull the quote from the article and use quotation marks with page number):

3.     Independent Variable(s) This is what is controlled (e.g., PMT Intervention vs No intervention):

4.     Dependent Variable(s) These are your outcome variables (e.g., number of vocabulary words as measured by the CDI):

5.     Type of research design.  BE SPECIFIC (e.g., RCT, quasi-experimental, correlational, single subject design, single subject multiple baseline design):

6.     Type of statistics or how the data was analyzed.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., Effect size measure of Cohen’s d for PMT intervention compared to no treatment for no treatment group):

7.     Results  This is the findings, answer, or results of this article.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., d = .5, showing a medium effect of the PMT intervention compared to no treatment for increase in vocabulary size for preschoolers with developmental language disorder):

8.     Application How does this help to answer your question for your research.  Be SPECIFIC (e.g., PMT is an effective vocabulary intervention for preschoolers with language disorder):

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