• What are the research question(s) and/or hypotheses?
• Describe what data collection methods were used.
• Identify the study as experimental or non-experimental. Justify your choice with evidence.
• Do data collection methods match the research question?
• Evaluate the author’s discussion and conclusions. Has the author made generalizations that are not supported by the study’s data?
• Describe any ethical issues in the study.
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