Critical reviews are ideal for working through new conceptualizations of "wicked problems."Those conducting critical reviews use their expertise and judgement to nimbly draw together disparate ideas, empirical evidence, or theory to shift current research and clinical practices. For critical reviews, flexibility, creativity, and judgement is paramount and more important than systematicity.
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