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Standards on how to develop and report systematic reviews in Psychology and Health
International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology
Systematic reviews are secondary studies that summarize the best scientific evidence available by means of explicit and rigorous methods to identify, select, appraise, analyse and summarise the empirical studies that enable responding to specific questions. The aim of this theoretical study is to set out a series of standards and recommendations for the planning, development and reporting of a systematic review in the field of the health sciences. The article describes the systematic reviews indoi:10.1016/s1697-2600(13)70007-3 fatcat:y3lmdtefuvfrjj2rntnkummvai