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Juárez, F. (2009). Some specifications for review articles. International Journal of Psychological Research, 2(1), 4–5. https://doi.org/10.21500/20112084.872
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While recognizing the importance of the theoretical or conceptual review articles, its valuation would increase if they were subjected to quality standards in their construction and evaluation, as specified in relation
to experimental studies (see Ramos & Catena, 2004).


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