If you are a fan of mystery novels or TV programs, you might think of the Findings section as the moment when the whodunit is solved

If you are a fan of mystery novels or TV programs, you might think of the Findings section as the moment when the whodunit is solved

Discussion: Findings Last week, you summarized the “How” of the research study (the methods). Now you engage with the real heart of the study: the findings. The findings answer the “What” question (What resulted from the study? What information was gathered?). If you are a fan of mystery novels or TV programs, you might think of the Findings section as the moment when the whodunit is solved. The Findings section reveals truth in much the same way by sharing potentially groundbreaking data. For this Discussion, you summarize the findings of the sample research study in a scholarly voice. To prepare for this Discussion: Review the materials on citation frequency and scholarly voice. Access the research article from the Learning Resources. By Day 4 Post your initial 1- to 2-paragraph response that addresses the following: What were the findings from the study? Summarize those findings in your own words and with a scholarly voice. Include a citation. Additionally, reflect on the process of summarizing the findings using a scholarly voice. Pose any questions and/or explain challenges that came up during the process.