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11 Tips for writing a great research paper abstract

Andrea Hayward | Oct 11, 2017 | 927 views

Abstract is one of the first elements of your manuscript that both journal editors and readers will look at. It serves as a preview of your research paper, and plays a decisive role in whether people will go on to read your entire paper. So your abstract must be attention-grabbing and create a great first impression if you want to avoid rejection at a journal's screening stage and if you wish to pique the readers' interest. This video will give you 11 tips that will guide you through writing a more effective research paper abstract.

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