Did the authors make clear what type of study?

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  • Was the population under study well defined?
  • Was the sampling procedure well described?

 

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For most of the questions below (except the last one), you will be asked to signify the page where you found the answer.  For a fuller explanation of each of these topics, turn to the Wilkinson et al. (1999) article.

  1. Did the authors make clear what type of study?
  2. Was the population under study well defined?
  3. Was the sampling procedure well described?
  4. If there were subgroups, what were the sample sizes per group?
  5. Were the measures used in the study adequately described, both substantively and quantitatively, so that the reader could decide the quality of the measures?
  6. Did the authors name variables to make it clear what the measure was measuring?
  7. Was the power of the study addressed?
  8. Did the authors address any complications before presenting the results (e.g., missing data, protocol violations, outliers)?
  9. Was the analyzes chosen sufficient for the research question?
  10. Did the authors address the issue whether the analytical assumptions were met?
  11. If hypotheses were tested, was the p-value provided?
  12. Were effect sizes reported?
  13. Were the tables informative, or did they detract or mislead?
  14. Was the results interpretation appropriate?
  15. Was the overall conclusion tied back to previous research?

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