SAGE Journal Articles

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Article 1: Landau, J. D., Druen, P. B., & Arcuri, J. A. (2002). Methods for helping students avoid plagiarism. Teaching of Psychology, 29(2), 112–115.

Description: The authors conducted a study where undergraduates were exposed to plagiarism identification and proper paraphrasing skills accompanied by feedback, examples, examples and feedback, or no examples or feedback. Participants in all conditions except the no examples or feedback performed better identifying plagiarism and knowledge of plagiarism.

Article 2: Goldman, K. D. (2000). Reading (an article) between the lines. Health Promotion Practice, 1(4), 305–306.

Description: The author discusses how to read a research article and answer questions about the article that can aid in a literature review.