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Writing the Empirical Journal Article Planning It 2 Which Article Should You Write 2 Analyzing Data 2 Reporting the Findings 3 How Should You Write? 3 for Whom Should You Write? 4 Writing It 4

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  title={Writing the Empirical Journal Article Planning It 2 Which Article Should You Write 2 Analyzing Data 2 Reporting the Findings 3 How Should You Write? 3 for Whom Should You Write? 4 Writing It 4},
  author={Daryl J. Bem},
  year={2001}
}
Some Matters of Style 17 Omit Needless Words 17 Avoid Metacomments on the Writing 18 Use Repetition and Parallel Construction 19 Jargon 20 Voice and Self-Reference 20 Tense 21 Avoid Language Bias 21 Research Participants 21 Sex and Gender 21 Racial and Ethnic Identity 22 Sexual Orientation 22 Disabilities 23 Common Errors of Grammar and Usage 23 Compared with versus Compared to 23 Data 23 Different from versus Different than 23 None. No One 24 Since versus Because 24 That versus Which 24 While… 

Refining Use of APA Style: Eliminating Common Errors

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HARKing : Hypothesizing After the Results are Known

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This article considers a practice in scientific communication termed HARKing (Hypothesizing After the Results are Known). HARKing is defined as presenting a post hoc hypothesis (i.e., one based on or

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