It states the author/s of the source, the material's year of publication, the name or title of the source material, as well as its electronic retrieval information, if these were gathered from the Internet.
The Appendix is where unpublished tests or other descriptions of complex equipment or stimulus materials are presented.
This sometimes requires a main title followed by a subtitle that elaborates on the main title, in which case the main title and subtitle are separated by a colon.
Here are some titles from recent issues of professional journals published by the American Psychological Association.
As mentioned earlier, your title page will serve as your Page 1. If it requires more than one line, please be reminded to double-space between all lines.
Your name appears double-spaced as well, below the paper title.Examples of quantitative data are population, age, frequency, etc. These could be graphs, images or illustrations other than tables.Figures are commonly used to show a particular trend, or to compare results of experiments with respect to constant and changing variables.Recall that the standard sections of an empirical research report provide a kind of outline.Here we consider each of these sections in detail, including what information it contains, how that information is formatted and organized, and tips for writing each section.The author note is where information about the author's departmental affiliation is stated, or acknowledgements of assistance or financial support are made, as well as the mailing address for future correspondence.The Abstract of your paper contains a brief summary of the entirety of your research paper.The text in this article is licensed under the Creative Commons-License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).This means you're free to copy, share and adapt any parts (or all) of the text in the article, as long as you give appropriate credit and provide a link/reference to this page. You don't need our permission to copy the article; just include a link/reference back to this page.When multiple authors have made equal contributions to the research, they often list their names alphabetically or in a randomly determined order.In some areas of psychology, the titles of many empirical research reports are informal in a way that is perhaps best described as “cute.” They usually take the form of a play on words or a well-known expression that relates to the topic under study.