The journal's name is located in the upper-left hand corner of the page, the DOI is also noted, and located on the right hand side.
Authors are listed with their credentials noted.
Abstract - contains the critical elements of the article.
Notice the use of references in the Introduction.
Both the publisher (APA) and the authors (with contact information) are clearly listed on this document. This indicates that they stand behind this research!
A peer-reviewed research article generally includes the following sections:
Abstract - includes a brief summary of the research and is typically followed by author credentials.
Introduction - the introduction will contain information about the authors' intentions for the article, why they did the research, and it will include the hypothesis or research objectives.
Methods - a description of the research methods used (survey, focus groups, statistical analysis, regression analysis, etc.); may also describe limitations with the selected method.
Results - scientific description of the findings.
Discussion - discusses the research in detail.
Conclusion - summarizes the findings and makes suggestions for future use of research.
Appendix/Appendices - may or may not be part of the article
References and/or bibliography