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Research Paper Titles: How to Formulate Them Appropriately?

research paper titles help

Parents always choose a name for their child with love and attention. Your brainchild also deserves a good title. Let us offer you some hints on developing research paper titles. In your research paper title, you should reflect the following issues:

  1. Subject of your study
  2. Purpose of your study
  3. Scope of your interest

Besides, research paper titles should:

  1. Be not too long and not too short (as a rule, less than 20 substantive words)
  2. Do not include unnecessary words
  3. Be formulated well

See the following research paper titles examples. They contain common mistakes that students make when formulating research paper titles:

  • Research paper title 1. Analysis of effects of watching of TV programs on American children.

The research paper title sounds awkward: there are three similar prepositions one by one. Besides, there is the unnecessary word “analysis” in the beginning of the title. It can be easily omitted.

  • Research paper title 2. Negative and positive effects of watching TV programs on American children of 5-9 years old.

The research paper title contains unnecessary words: if you study both positive and negative effects, you may limit yourself to writing “effects”.

  • Research paper title 3. American catastrophe: take your children away from a TV set.

This title is not appropriate for a research paper. It can be used for an essay or a news-paper article.

A research paper title is in effect a face of your writing: it communicates a reader and tells about a paper and its author. Put effort into developing a good research paper title and motivate your potential reader to look inside your research paper.

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