RSCH 2501 Week 8 - Literature Search Assignment

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RSCH 2501: the L ITERATURE S EARCH ASSIGNMENT T HE I NSTRUCTIONS due week 8, 15 points It’s pretty simple, really: If it looks like you put in some effort, your score will be higher... if it looks like you cut corners or didn’t pay attention, your score will be lower. If you and somebody else turn in identical work, it’s plagiarism and neither of you get credit. Plan ahead – this might take a while, depending on your experience and computer literacy Complete each box below (page 4) - expand box size to whatever you need. D ATABASES , S EARCH T ERMS , AND R ESULTS (5 points) (see http://www.life.edu/node/48) Name at least 5 databases that you used to do a literature search. As a chiropractor, you need experience with Index to Chiropractic Literature (ICL), PubMed, and MANTIS (through ChiroAccess), so these three are specifically required. Two others are your choice. Options include (not necessarily limited to) SportDiscus, Alt- Health-Watch, Scopus, Natural Standard, and some subset of GALILEO . o Note: GALILEO is not a database but a gateway . If you use GALILEO , also specify which database you used (e.g., Academic Search Premier) You must use at least 3 different search terms; at least one per database. At least one set of search terms must be related to chiropractic in some way. At least one set of search terms must NOT be about chiropractic (diversity in searching!) Provide the search terms you used: e.g., “carpal tunnel syndrome AND (chiropractic OR
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