What implications do the study’s findings have for us?

1. Choose four journal articles on the same topic toread and critique (you may need to do severalreadings to fully understand it). Note the rationalefor the study, its purpose, the basic method used,the results, and the discussion of the results. Unlessyou’ve had advanced statistical courses, the resultssection may be difficult to understand, but try tounderstand as much as you can. Notice that thearticle’s abstract and the discussion section oftenemphasize the major findings. Answer thesequestions about the study:* What was the purpose of the study?* How was the study conducted? (Who were thesubjects? What did the subjects do?)* What was found in the study?* What are the limitations of the study?* Did the author(s) acknowledge the limitationsof the study?* Did the results and discussion seemconsistent? Explain.* What implications do the study’s findings havefor us?* If you were conducting research in this area,what would be the next study you wouldconduct based on the outcome of this study?That is, where do we go from here?2. Remember the following about doing a critique ofthis study:* l have already read the article, so don’t spendas much time summarizing the article as you docritiquing it.* In your critique, don’t just focus on the negativeaspects of the study. Rather, try to present abalanced view of the study’s strengths andlimitations.ORefer to How to write a critique handout