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11/6/2017 at 4:47:11 PM GMT
Posts: 12
Morning, all.
Where does the 'limitations' section belong in a paper? Paper I'm reviewing has stuck it at the end of Methods* and before Findings, which seems a bit odd. (Feels like they are apologizing for their results in advance). My underst
My understanding was that 'limitations' belong in the discussion/conclusion section, as 'limits to generalizability'. This paper uses it as a pre-emptive answer to "Why not longitudinal?" 

11/9/2017 at 10:12:33 PM GMT
Posts: 5
I typically put limitations at the end of the discussion, or somewhere in the discussion section.


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