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Different literature reviews have different purposes which my determine what kinds of articles they look for. But for most literature reviews, a systematic literature search should include ALL possible sources and there is no justification to include only articles from "top-ranked" or "elite" journals (such as the Q1 that you referred to). That would be ...


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If there was an easy algorithm to determine, which papers are important for a topic and which are not, we would not need review articles. A list of Q1 articles with short descriptions can be automatically generated from a citation database and the paper's abstracts. There would be no need to put it into a separate publication. Your primary job as author of a ...


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The given below is the best way to know top researchers and working their domain. By click the on the following URL, Surely you can get lots of helps. For your more convenient, I made it much better by inserting your keyword Neuroscience. Just copy the URL and paste in new window and see the miracle. https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?hl=en&...


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