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When you read a popular article where the author(s) discusses the results of a research study published in a scholarly journal, the author(s) of the popular magazine article may provide you with some clues that will help you track down the original article. This may include:
If you are lucky, the authors will include the complete citation or a link to a citation for the original research article at the end of the article of the article but this is not always the case.
Examine your article and see what information you can find: author, topic, date, journal.
If you have the author of the research study and journal it was published in, go to the author and journal tab
If you have the topic of the research study and the journal in which it was published, go to the topic and journal tab
If you have the author of the research study and know the topic of the study, go to the author and topic tab
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