Please use the 2012 article, Generalizability – The trees, the forest, and the low-hanging fruit by Walter A. Kukull, PhD and Mary Ganguli, MD, MPH from the professional journal, Neurology, to complete this assignment. The article can be found at the bottom of the week 14 module. Please turn this article into a PowerPoint or Prezi presentation of at least 8 slides of content (not including the title slide and the final slide with your APA reference). Think of this PPT/Prezi as a tool that you will use to tutor your peers on the topic of Generalization and its subtopics (such as external validity).
Your presentation should contain the following:
- Title each key topic presented in the article (see the subheading in light green in the article).
- Section: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL VALIDITY; SAMPLING AND REPRESENTATIVENESS;POPULATIONS, CLINICS, AND BOUNDARIES; BIAS; CONFOUNDING;REPLICATION; GENERALIZABILITY AND POWER; THE SMOKING GUN
- Each section is to contain only keywords or brief phrases on the topic. Then place your comments (as paraphrased material NOT direct quotes) for the topic in the speaker’s notes section of the slide. Please DO NOT simply cut and paste content from the article…paraphrase the article’s content!
- Include an in-text citation to the article in the speaker’s notes section.
- in each section, include an interesting image representing the topic, to enhance the visual appeal. Be sure to include an image credit for any photos you do not own (i.e. “Photo credit: ABC News”).
This assignment is worth 45 points, with the following breakdown:
- Capturing the relevant topic: 10 points
- Quality of content presented on each slide and in the slide’s speaker’s notes section: 15 points
- Visual appeal of the presentation: 10 points
- Formatting (including in-text citations, image credits, and references in APA 7 format): 10 points