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A systematic review is a literature review performed to answer a set of research questions and has to be performed according to a pre-defined protocol describing how primary sources are selected and categorized. It strives to produce an objective evaluation of findings available on a certain topic, reducing as much as possible subjectivity bias. A systematic review is composed by five steps identification of research, selection of studies, study quality assessment, data extraction and monitoring progress, data synthesis.
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