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Yeung Analysis

Refer to “The Use of Electro-Acupuncture in Conjunction with Exercise for the Treatment of Chronic Low-Back Pain,” by Yeung, Leung, and Chow.

Complete the “Yeung Analysis Worksheet and you have to write an essay.

Examine the question the researchers were trying to answer and write an essay 500 words that explains why you feel the t-test was chosen. Choose one of the other tools studied so far in this course and explain why it would not provide relevant findings.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the 7th edition APA Style Guide

Research Article Analysis Worksheet

Yeung, C., Leung, M., & Chow, D. H. K. (2003). The Use of Electro-Acupuncture in Conjunction with Exercise for the Treatment of Chronic Low-Back Pain. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 9(4), 479-490.

This resource is provided as a PDF in the assignment.

What was the research question?
What were the independent variables?What was the dependent variable?
What was the sample size and how was it chosen?
What was the experimental design and use of control group?
Were the instruments of measurement shown to be reliable and valid?
What data types were included?
Describe the statistics used, what they were used for, and the results.
What were the researchers’ conclusions? How did they answer the research question(s)?
How was error controlled?
Did you see any concerns with the research study? If so, what?

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