systematic review (sis-tĕm-at-ik) n. a structured method of critical appraisal of all available literature relevant to a specific research topic, using a rigorous statistical approach. It is undertaken to provide information about the phenomenon of interest across a wide range of settings and empirical methods, to examine the extent to which empirical evidence supports or contradicts a hypothesis, or to generate a new hypothesis.
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