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Psychology Information Literacy Guide: Identifying and Reading a Research Study

About this Lesson:

This lesson will help you identify an empirical research study and differentiate it from literature reviews and other types of scholarly articles. It will also help you apply a strategy for reading a research study in order to understand it better.

Instructions Part A: Explore Anatomy of a Scholarly Article (NCSU Libraries)

Instructions Part B: Watch the Video on Types of Scholarly Articles

Instructions Part B: Watch the Video on How to Read and Comprehend Scientific Research Articles

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Regina Seguin (Valencia College)
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