Literature Review Matri

Literature Review Matrix

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LITERATURE REVIEW MATRIX GRADING CRITERIA
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you must choose a minimum of six articles that were published within the last five years. These publications must be empirical articles that summarize original
research (i.e., experiments, surveys, interviews, etc.). Meta-analyses, literature reviews, and systematic reviews should not be included in your integrative review
paper. If you choose an article that is not of the correct type, you will lose points. Feel free to check with the instructor if you are not sure whether or not an
article is appropriate for the scholarly synthesis.
Because an integrative review is NOT a summary of different sources, it can be very difficult to keep your research organized. It is especially difficult to organize
the information in a way that makes the writing process simpler. One way that seems particularly helpful in organizing integrative reviews is the literature review
matrix. The matrix is a chart that allows a researcher to sort and categorize the different studies presented on an issue. Your matrix must include six original
experimental studies. A response of “not applicable” (NA) will not be acceptable for any of the categories and points will be deducted for a NA reply.
GRADED ITEMS AVAILABLE POINTS EARNED POINTS
The purpose or research question the authors posed 10
Frameworks
• Theories
• Concepts 10
The methods used in the study
10
Variables
• Independent
• Dependent 10
Instruments
10
The major findings of the study
10
How the findings confirm those of other studies 10
How the findings differ from other studies 10
Sources of potential bias 10
Implications 10
Neatly formatted matrix in tabular form with headings repeated on each page, and
correct APA formatting, grammar, spelling, and punctuation (up to 10 points will be deducted for violations)
Total points 100

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