Although there will be slight variation between journals, there is a pretty standard format and sequence to most published journals. Here we discuss that format and what you should look to find in each section.
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At the beginning of the paper the names of authors alone should be listed, without any details of their affiliated institutions?
Reading the abstract alone is not enough to assess the validity of the research?
The introduction is a thorough literature review which will discuss the best existing evidence base on the topic being researched?
The methods section can be excluded from the main body of the paper and be placed into an appendix?
It is inappropriate for results to be shown in tables?
It is not mandatory for authors to discuss all of the weaknesses of their conducted research?