This is the formatting of an empirical research article... If you are reading a research article and it does not have this formatting, then it is not empirical and you will loose points on your paper...
Navigating through the panels of comic book pages isnt as easy as you think! This OA paper published in Frontiers in Psychology looks at comic book page layouts and reading sequences (Credit: Frontiers in Psychology) Frontiers is part of the Nature Publishing Group family
Overwhelming scientific evidence...more than for the Theory of Gravity! Did you go to a doc today and got a modern treatment (like the FLU SHOT)? Thank evolution based medical research and genetic science.
I chose this article for my collection as it clearly outlines the steps for implementing project-based learning (PBL) in PE, showing exactly how the inquiry-based approach looks in HPE. Additional value is added in the justification given for benefits of PBL in PE specifically, providing a sample lesson and a framework for PBL. The article is well-written and validated with references to empirical research and other writers in the field.
Development Economics: Theory, Empirical Research, and Policy Analysis. Author: Julie Schaffner. ISBN: 9780470599396. This resource is designed to teach development and policy in a way that is disciplined by economic theory and informed by empirical research. Development Economics will help you to define development objectives, understand the development process and identify potential barriers to development. Purchase now on Wiley Direct from $60.