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Articles from journals and magazines
Games, P. A. (1988). Theory-Free Statistics and Theory-Based Statistics: Their Appropriate Roles in the Reporting of Scientific Results. The Journal of Experimental Education, 57(1), 47–58.

Fereshte Dehghan, Hossein Saadabadi, M., & Seyed Foad Ebrahimi. (2023). Reporting Verbs in Results and Discussion Sections of Scientific Research Articles of Hard and Soft Disciplines. Research in English Language Pedagogy (Online), 11(4), 531–548.

Spiegelman, E. (2021). Esteemed Colleagues: A Model of the Effect of Open Data on Selective Reporting of Scientific Results. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 761168–761168.

Maliheh Rezaie, & Afshin Ostovar. (2017). Basic Principles of Reporting Results of Conventional Statistical Tests in Scientific Biomedical Articles. Ṭibb-i Junūb, 20(1), 90–103.


Holland, K., & Watson, R. (Eds.). (2021). Writing for publication in nursing and healthcare : getting it right (Second edition.). John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.

Bennett, D. J., & Jennings, R. C. (Eds.). (2011). Successful science communication : telling it like it is. Cambridge University Press.

Sterk, F. Marnel., & van Goch, M. M. (2023). Re-presenting Research A Guide to Analyzing Popularization Strategies in Science Journalism and Science Communication (1st ed. 2023.). Springer International Publishing.

Print Books
Angler, M. W. (2017). Science Journalism: An Introduction (1st ed.). Routledge. Available from a MnPALS partner school. Order via Interlibrary Loan. 

Carpenter, S. (2020). The craft of science writing  : selections from The Open Notebook. The Open Notebook, Inc. Bush Library, 3rd Floor, T11 .C37 2020.

Johnsen, C. (Ed.). (2010). Taking science to the people : a communication primer for scientists and engineers. University of Nebraska Press. Bush Library, 3rd Floor, Q223 .T35 2010.

Streaming Video and DVDs
Tyson, N. deGrasse. (2020). Neil deGrasse Tyson : How the 24/7 news cycle compromises science. Big Think.

Science Journalism. (n.d.). Crash Course Statistics.


Morales, A. (2018). A World in Flux: Journalistic Change in Science Journalism. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.

Diemer, S. C. (2020). Read This…For Your Health: Examining (Mis)Communications Between Science, Journalism, and Mass Media Through a Mistaken “Cancer Cure” Study. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing.