Reference Sources, such as encyclopedias, handbooks and dictionaries, are a good place to start your research because they provide:
Books in both print and electronic format provide:
Articles in both print and electronic format provide:
Websites must be evaluated for credibility, authority and accuracy before using and provide:
In science, a primary article is basically what we call an empirical or research paper. It is primary because the person or group who did the research wrote the paper.
A secondary article in science is called a review paper. The author reviews the research a number of scientists have done in a particular area of the field.
You can locate a primary article by adding [study] to your search terms. This word almost appears in the abstract.
You can locate a secondary article by adding [review] to your search terms. This word almost always appears in the abstract of a secondary article.
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