Results and Discussion

  • Adrian Wallwork


You will learn how to

• communicate the value of your research

• explain statistics

• not overload on details

• talk about negative results

Why is this important?

This is the part of the presentation that may be of most interest to the audience but it comes at a point when audience concentration is likely to be at its lowest. An audience will forget more than 75% of what they hear within 24 hours, so informing them of all the details of your results is a waste of time.


Publication Bias Readable Book Negative Data Positive Trial Concrete Evidence 
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Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2010

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.PisaItaly

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