Citation distortion

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Walking a Thin Line by Cornelius Bartke, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License

Citation distortion occurs when you do not accurately represent what the literature is saying. There are several varieties of this that you should avoid, as this article from the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library at Emory University explains.

http://chadwick.library.emory.edu/elearning-solutions/WebPrimer-SC/06-Citation-Distortions.html

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