Please examine the methods section used by the researchers in each article. *Must complete a table showing similarities and differences.

Be sure to address these specific critical elements: Use this section to compare and contrast the methods used in the articles you selected with an eye to assessing the quality and limitations of the findings and informing future research. Specifically, you should: Explain why the authors of each article selected the methods they did. How appropriate were the methods to the overall purpose of the paper? Justify your response. Analyze a difference and similarity in the methods chosen with respect to the health question being addressed in the selected articles. Explain your answer using evidence from the articles selected and information you have learned in the course. Assess a strength and limitation of the different approaches used in the articles you selected. Explain your answer using evidence from the articles you selected and information you have learned in the course. You will submit several paragraphs and the table for this assignment.The following critical elements must be met: Fulfill all requirements in the individual prompt. Provide relevant application of course concepts. Support ideas and observations with examples from your own personal or professional situation.References: Gerstman, B. B. (2015). Basic biostatistics: Statistics for public health practice (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett. ISBN: 978-1-284-03601-5Grunfeld, E., Coyle, D., Whelan, T., Clinch, J., Reyno, L., Earle, C. C., & . . . Glossop, R. (2004). Family caregiver burden: Results of a longitudinal study of breast cancer patients and their principal caregivers. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 170(12), 17951801. doi:10.1503/cmaj.1031205http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=psyh&AN=2004-15356-002&site=eds-live&scope=site *attachedZarit, S.H., Todd, P. A., & Zarit, J. M. (1986). Subjective burden of husbands and wives as caregivers: A longitudinal study. Gerontologist, 26, 2606.http://gerontologist.oxfordjournals.org/content/26/3/260.abstract?ijkey=fa275af15ef94d9e2176cd00687dabb259863591&keytype2=tf_ipsecsha