In this discussion board, we will continue to analyze the journal article “You a

In this discussion board, we will
continue to analyze the journal article “You are what you eat…at least, your
brain is?”. Review the different sections of a journal article below:
·
Title: short
statement that describes the question being answered
·
Abstract:
summary of the article
·
Introduction:
introduces the article and contains current information on what is known
about the topic, which will lead to further explanation of the researcher’s
question
·
Methods: how
the study was performed
·
Results: data
from the study – usually includes tables and graphs
·
Discussion/Conclusion:
interprets the results relating to the original question
·
References:
list of literary sources used in the article
Instructions
Part 1: Initial post (60 points)
Your
initial post (response) will contain three parts which are explained below. Please be sure to number each part in your
post.
1)
Go to the website “Science in the Classroom” and
pull up the article “You are what you eat…at least, your brain is.”: https://www.scienceintheclassroom.org/research-papers/you-are-what-you-eatat-least-your-brain
(opens in new window). For this assignment, you will focus only on the introduction and methods (these can be
found in the “report” section – some of the methods are found at the end of the
article).
·
On the left side of the website, you will see a
gray box titled “learning lens.” Click on the yellow box beside “glossary” (a
check will appear). This will highlight specific terms in yellow.
·
List and define FIVE terms you struggled with that are highlighted in the report
(there are more than five terms highlighted – you get to pick five).
2) Read
the the introduction for this article (this is the first section in Reports).
·
What were three things that you learned in this
introduction?
·
What is the question the scientist is hoping to
answer with this experiment?
3)
On the left side of the website, you will see a
gray box titled “learning lens.” Click on the blue box beside “author’s experiments” (a check will
appear). This will highlight the methods of the report. Read through these. If
you have trouble understanding any of these highlighted methods, hover over it
with your mouse to get more information.
·
In your own words, summarize the methods (what
is the experiment?). If you are struggling understanding any of this
information, please reach out to me. Your summary needs to be at least 100 words
in length.

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