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2 days ago systematic review vs literature (or narrative) review reproduced from: bettany -saltikov, j (2010) learning how to undertake a systematic. This narrative review explains the development of excess weight gain in babies and children it takes a life course approach which includes genetics,. I then provide a number of recommendations for peer reviewers of narrative literature reviews, to improve the integrity of the scientific literature,. Adapted from baumeister, rf, and mr leary (1997) writing narrative literature reviews review of general psychology, 1(3):311-320.
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