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Databases and resources to support research for organizational behavior.
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Criteria for Scholarly | Peer Reviewed Resources

1)   Where:  In a professionally edited journal with a editorial process with peers

2)   Research Format

1 – More than an abstract, but usually has an abstract. Never cite what you cannot and have not read in full text.
2 – Uses professional language, acknowledges professional literature read and ends with list of references for sources used, reviewed and research for article.

3)   Anatomy of a Research Paper

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1-   Introduction
2-   Literature Review
3-   Methodology
4-   Data Analysis
5-   Results
6-   Discussion
7-   Conclusion
8-   List of References

4)      Reading a Research Paper ( citation in APA format)

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