Overview and Purpose: QALMRI is an acronym, matching up to six questions, that serve as a guide to focus your reading of empirical research articles. The six QALMRI questions ask you to extract key information about empirical research, which will help you practice comprehending empirical research.
Grading and Logistics: You will complete three QALMRIs this semester. For each, you will read one empirical research article (assigned by the Professor), and then write short answers to the six QALMRI questions using clear and concise language. You should think of this as an efficient way to summarize the article. Each QALMRI is worth 5% of your grade. QALMRIs will be graded on the following criteria:
QALMRI #1 must be written about the following research article: Link to Download the Article for QALMRI #1
Your task is to answer these six questions about the assigned empirical research article:
Notice how it spells QALMRI? :)
How long? The completed QALMRI should be long enough to answer each question with clear and brief sentences. Most completed QALMRIs will be about one page long.
When you finish writing the QALMRI, please submit it to this Assignment Page.