Since each study is unique, there is no universal approach
when it comes to designing a strategy for structuring and writing the
Results section of a research paper. The specific area of
research, the design of the study and its particular methodologies, and
the guidelines of the target journal and its editors are the main factors that determine the content
and layout of the Results section.
The Results section should ONLY include the findings of your study. The results section can include:
- Data presented in Figures, tables, graphs, and other figures
- Analysis of your data explaining its meaning in sentence form
- Report on data collection, recruitment, and/or participants
If the scope of your study is broad or has many variables, or if your experiments reveal multiple findings, the author
should present those results that are most relevant to the original research
question stated in the Introduction section. Any information that is not in line with your research question should not be presented in this section. In some journals author is requested to include Results and Discussions together and only in this case explanations and interpretations can be integrated in the Results section.
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