Briefly summarize the article. What is the subject matter of the article? Who is the intended audience? Can you identify the thesis/research question? What problem is the researchers trying to address with their research? What background information or summary of previous research is provided to help the reader understand the history of the issues and/or the previous research in the field?MethodsCharacterize the research process. Who were the participants? How did the researcher recruit (find) them? How did they select the participants? What were the characteristics of the participants in each group? Summarize the procedure used in the study. Did the researchers ask for consent? If so, how? How was the information collected? What information was given to the participants before they were surveyed? What specific measurement tools did they use throughout the study to collect the data?ResultsWhat data was collected from the research? Summarize the data. How was the data reported in the article (e.g. percentages? data tables?)DiscussionHow did the authors summarize the findings/results? What is their analysis of the results? What could their results mean for the field (i.e. what are the implications)? What are the limitations of their study? How could their study be improved upon? How could study could help future researchers and people in general?