Primary, or "unfiltered," literature presents the original work or experimental results of that article's author(s). We offer up this definition as a counterpoint to secondary or "filtered" literature, which is synthesized and evaluated evidence derived from primary literature. In primary literature, critical appraisal of the literature has not been done for you.
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