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For lab two, please locate a peer-reviewed research paper from an academic journal relating to any topic within care and prevention of athletic injuries. No abstracts will be accepted, your article must be a full-text. This may include, but not limited to, rehabilitation, injury prevention, corrective exercise, factors influencing performance, etc. Once you find a peer-reviewed research article, please complete the attached article critique document and submit the saved peer-reviewed journal article, completed article critique document, and citation on or before 11:59 pm on Sunday, September 27.

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Mr P

Article Critique Form

Article Reference:

Respond to the questions below for each section of the research report. Write your well-crafted answers in paragraph form with at least one paragraph per section.


· Significance – Does the topic appear important to society? Is it personally relevant?

· Language – Is the presentation clear and objective? Is the language consistent with the approach used by the researchers?

· Literature Review – Is there balance in the point of view found in the citations? Is there an appropriate time frame, with some older and some more current references? Is there a coherent theme? Are primary sources emphasized?

· Research Questions – Are the questions/objectives clearly identified?

· If the study if qualitative, are the questions/objectives supported by the literature review and/or by the data that emerged during the study?

· If the study is qualitative, are the questions/objectives open-ended to facilitate theme exploration?

· If the study if quantitative, are the questions/objectives limited to those with direct foundation in the literature review?



· What – Can you identify the target population?

· Who – Is sufficient detail provided about the participants to judge if they are consistent with the target?

· Where – Did the researchers identify the setting, and is that setting appropriate?

· When – Did the researchers identify the time period during which the study was conducted?

· How – Did the researchers specify how participants were selected, and did the selection procedure appear to be appropriate?

· Why – Was there explanation for why these participants were chosen, and is there reason to suggest a bias in selection that would influence the findings?


· Completeness – Was sufficient detail provided about the procedures so that the study can be replicated?

· Appropriateness – Do the procedures appear relevant for the research questions/objectives identified for the study?


· Identification – Were the tools used to gather information clearly identified?

· Quality – Do the instruments used to gather information appear appropriate and sufficient to define and describe the variables that were being studied?


· Clarity – Were the findings clearly reported?

· Completeness – Were there indicators of an incomplete analysis, and, if so, was the reason explained?


· Style – Is the discussion clearly written?

· Relevance – Is the discussion focused on how the findings are related to the objectives of the study?

· Conclusions – Do the conclusions follow logically from the results?

· Completeness – Are implications, limitations, and recommendations for further res