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1. The ability to distinguish between reliable and unreliable sources of information is called
A)
information decoding
B)
information literacy
information reasoning
D)
information deduction
E)
information analysis
2. Papers that are published in scientific journals are examples of
A)
primary sources
B)
secondary sources
C)
tertiary sources
D)
review sources
E)
report sources
3. During the peer review process, what criteria do reviewers look for in papers to
determine if the papers will be accepted or rejected?
A)
quality of the design
B)
quality of the data
statistical analysis
D)
soundness of the conclusion
All ofthe

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