By Fred Pyrczak
• Designed for college students who may be writing study proposals, experiences, theses, and dissertations.
• The 15 chapters conceal 191 directions for potent medical writing. the information are totally illustrated with easy-to-follow examples.
• the information describe the kinds of data that are supposed to be incorporated, how this knowledge may be expressed, and the place quite a few kinds of info will be positioned inside a examine report.
• End-of-chapter questions support scholars grasp the writing approach.
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Writing Empirical Research Reports: A Basic Guide for Students of the Social and Behavioral Sciences by Fred Pyrczak