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Read a couple of academic journals as they are peer reviewed. The aim is to communicate to the reader new knowledge that flows and I've interpret your questions as multiple authors and multiple participants. Your academic references should be second and third person for example, Bourke et al (2008, p.67), suggest.... third person. That's my sort of ...


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A citation is a pointer to a source. While a URL is technically that, when universities say "citation" they mean something following a formal citation format. A citation typically includes an author, the title of the work, a publisher, and the date of publication. A URL, on the other hand, contains none of that, and if it turns into a dead link later, the ...


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Interesting notion. If you consider how a normal scientific research paper is set up : Title Authors Abstract Introduction Materials and Methods Statistical analysis Discussion of Results/effect of bias Conclusions Suggestions for further research Financial disclosures I would place your chosen name in both abstract and introduction but not in ...


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Your teacher is requesting that you take the annex (which is a separate, standalone document) and integrate it into the main document. How best to do that is going to depend largely on the content of the annex and how your thesis is structured.


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I'd go with the approach you've already hit upon here: I have considered making a small statement that states that myself will be referred to as "participant A" and my significant other will be referred to as "participant B", but this might add unnecessary confusion. I don't think it's going to add any confusion. If participant is a bit too long, you ...


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APA Style uses a unique headings system to separate and classify paper sections. There are 5 heading levels in APA. The 6th edition of the APA manual revises and simplifies previous heading guidelines - regardless of the number of levels, always use the headings in order, beginning with level 1. The format of each level is illustrated below: APA Headings ...


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OK, I finally found it. It seems to vary by journal. Here are ones related to publication of artwork (figures and plots) for Elsevier: https://www.elsevier.com/authors/author-schemas/artwork-and-media-instructions/artwork-sizing * *


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I'd probably write it something like this: The proposed method uses 4 variables, 2 more than method A and one more than method B. This gives a more accurate result, but it requires more computational time.



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