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Empirical Studies vs. Abstracts
- Are primary source pieces of peer-reviewed research where original data have been collected, analyzed, and interpreted
- Follow a specific format with subheadings labeled Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, and References
- Are one-paragraph summaries of research studies that appear at the beginning of an empirical study
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