Psychology : Journal Articles

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Rui Wang
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Psychology databases

Research literature can be defined as written reports from research studies. There are many types of research literature, with published research articles representing the most common source for research literature. Other sources include dissertations, books, and internet websites.

Published research articles, for some, are considered the most trustworthy type of research literature. When identifying articles, it is most important to consider the origin of the work....Read more

How to Read a Journal Article - Tips and tricks to make reading and understanding social science journal articles easier.

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