Research Section you like best:

Each of the different sections of a research report (abstract, introduction, method, results, conclusions, references) is important to the overall report, but different readers might find different sections to be of more interest to them. Which part (aside from the abstract) do you tend to focus most of your interest on, and why? Which sections are most practitioners (therapists, clinicians, etc.) working in the field likely read? Why? Is this any different from what scholars, researchers, or academics might read? If so, why?

A Minimum of 350 words including references from:

Bordens, K.S., & Abbott, B.B. (2018). Research design and methods. (10th ed). New

York: McGraw Hill Education.

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