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Why are review articles important? Review articles summarize the literature on a specific topic; they'll tell you how this topic came about, who worked on what and when, analyze what has happened in the field and what still needs to researched. Essentially a well-done review article can mean less work for you because the author has already covered most of the literature and found the most influential articles - all you need to do is cover the literature that came out after that review was published.
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