Procedure refers to a sub-section of the method section of a technical paper that explains what happened to the participants/subjects and contains enough information that someone else could replicate the study; the sub-section of a scientific paper that specifies exactly what happened to each participant during the experiment Procedure describes the step-by- step process used to complete the study.

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