How do you find the right literature?
A literature search is essentially divided into three steps: the literature search (which literature is already known and can also be researched?), the selection of literature (what is relevant?) and the procurement of literature (how do you get to the respective literature?) .
How do I find a study?
Scientific studies can be conveniently searched for on Pubmed, a very comprehensive database. It is run by the American National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library. In Pubmed you can search for topics, keywords and authors.
What is meant by scientific work?
Scientific work describes a methodical and systematic approach in which the results of the work are objectively comprehensible or repeatable for everyone. This means that sources are disclosed (cited) and experiments are described in such a way that they can be reproduced.
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