Table of contents for Systematic reviews in the social sciences : a practical guide / Mark Petticrew and Helen Roberts.

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Foreword -- William R. Shadish							
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Acknowledgments									
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Preface										
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Chapter 1 Why do we need systematic reviews?				
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Chapter 2 Starting the review: Refining the question and defining the 
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Chapter 3 What sorts of studies do I include in the review? Deciding on 
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 inclusion/exclusion criteria						
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Chapter 4 How to find the studies: The literature search			
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Chapter 5 How to appraise the studies: An introduction to assessing 
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Chapter 6 Synthesizing the evidence						
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Chapter 7 Exploring heterogeneity and publication bias			
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Chapter 8 Disseminating the review							
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Chapter 9 Systematic reviews: urban myths and fairy tales				
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Glossary										
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Appendix 1 The review process (and some questions to ask before starting a review)
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Appendix 2 MOOSE Guidelines							
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Appendix 3 Example of a flow diagram from a systematic review			
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Appendix 4 Example data extraction form						
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Appendix 5 Variations in the quality of systematic reviews	 			
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Bibliography									
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Index											
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology.
Social sciences -- Statistical methods.