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A literature review (also called a research review or review of the literature) is a summary of existing research on a topic. It reviews the scholarly "literature" on that topic. It is often a preliminary part of a publication where the author identifies and comments on the relevant previous research, but it can also be a stand-alone work.
To find literature reviews articles, you can:
Add "literature review" OR "review of the literature" to your searches.
See the suggested terms in OneSearch that pop up when you start typing literature review, like literature review or review of the literature or overview or systematic review or meta analysis
Use an Advanced Search in one of the library's databases that has journal articles. An Advanced Search screen will often allow you to select "Literature Review" as a document type to filter your search (be sure not to select "Review", as that will only get you critical reviews of books, articles, movies, etc.)
Pro tip: Use the Advanced Search feature to add the phrase literature n5 review*to your keyword(s). This search looks for the words literature, review, reviewer, reviews, reviewing within 5 words of each other in any order.
In an individual database, you can choose Literature Review as the Document Type in an Advanced Search, as in ProQuest Central: