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Advanced Academic Research: Quiz

Research Quiz

PART I:

Select the correct answer for each question below. You can review the web pages or articles from the first two questions by clicking on the links provided.

The author is an expert in the field:
John Stewart, Daily Show.: 0 votes (0%)
May-Britt Moser, the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience and Centre for the Biology of Memory at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology: 0 votes (0%)
Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian: 0 votes (0%)
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Language and writing style are easy to use and understand.
" Climate and Pest-Driven Geographic Shifts in Global Coffee Production: Implications for Forest Cover, Biodiversity and Carbon Storage": 0 votes (0%)
"Here's Why Coffee Makes You Have To Poop": 0 votes (0%)
"The Invasion of the K-Cup; Stores of all types are selling the single-serving coffee pods, but few recognize the 'monster' environmental problem they pose": 0 votes (0%)
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There are numerous sources listed at the end of the article, in a bibliography or reference list.
Popular articles: 0 votes (0%)
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What does peer-review mean?
My classmate looked over my paper and it's ready to be submitted to my professor.: 0 votes (0%)
It's a process where instead of an editor reviewing the writing, the paper is scrutinized by several experts in the field to evaluate the quality and significance of the research.: 0 votes (0%)
An unbiased sampling process for qualitative research that involves researching a group of peers.: 0 votes (0%)
An academic version of a popularity contest.: 0 votes (0%)
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The topic and length of a scholarly article tend to be:
A broad topic and a short article: 0 votes (0%)
A short article but with a narrow focus: 0 votes (0%)
All over the place and super long: 0 votes (0%)
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PART II:

Does this meet the honors-level of research?

Click on the Yes or No links to access the full articles.

Deatherage, S., Servaty-Seib, H. L., & Aksoz, I. (2014). Stress, coping, and internet use of college students. Journal Of American College Health, 62(1), 40-46. doi:10.1080/07448481.2013.843536
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WebMD (2005, December 14). Cell phones raise work-home stress: Cell phones blur boundaries between work and home. WebMD.com. Retrieved from http://www.webmd.com/balance/stress-management/news/20051214/cell-phones-raise-work-home-stress
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Hampton, Keith, et al. "Social Media and the Cost of Caring." Pew Research Center. Pew Research Center, 15 Jan. 2015. Web. 1 Oct. 2015. http://www.pewinternet.org/2015/01/15/social-media-and-stress/
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Stoler, D. R., (2014, June 27). The effects of stress on sleep, memory, and anxiety. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-resilient-brain/201406/the-effects-stress-sleep-memory-and-anxiety
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Scelfo, Julie. "Suicide on Campus and the Pressure of Perfection." New York Times. New York Times Company, 27 July 2015. Web. 1 Oct. 2015. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/02/education/edlife/stress-social-media-and-suicide-on-campus.html?_r=0
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Quiz taken from Honors College Co-Curricular Workshops LibGuide, Lone Start College Library, Kingwood, TX.