Literature reviews & PRISMA Statement (Part 1). Literature reviews Basic review – General search – Reference links Extensive review – Systematic review.
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Literature reviews & PRISMA Statement (Part 1) Literature reviews Basic review General search Reference links Extensive review Systematic review Meta Analysis Basic review Knowledgeable about the field vocabulary, theories, key variables and phenomena, its methods, and its history. Find out the influential researchers and research groups in the field Extensive Review Holistic view of the field Identify trends Keep up-to-date Indentify potential research areas Starting point for guidelines Help editors judge the merits of publication reports of new studies Summarize previous research for funders wishing to support new research Provide evidence to policy makers to judge risk / benefits of interventions Recommending improvement in research practice Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA ) Statement Background MEDLINE (Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online) 2500 new SR/MA ever year HCI reviews < 100 Poor reporting and biased results reduces the usefulness of the review QUORAM (Quality of Reporting of Meta-Analysis) PRISMA Improve the reporting of SR & MA Unbiased, transparent and replicable Not a quality assessment instrument Four-phase flow diagram and a 27-item checklistflow diagramchecklist PRISMA Flow diagram A Guide to Writing the Dissertation Literature Review By Justus Randolph https://wiki.uef.fi/download/attachments/ /liter ature_review_guide_Justus_Randolph.pdf