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Finding Peer Reviewed Articles


A peer reviewed article is reviewed by experts or scholars in the field who judge the article for quality and new contributions of knowledge to the discipline. Not all academic journals are peer reviewed. A journal's website will often note whether or not their articles go through a peer review process.

Peer Reviewed - EBSCOhost Databases

After performing a search in an EBSCOhohost Database, use the Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals checkbox to limit the search results to peer reviewed articles. If you don't know how to search for articles, review the How to Find Articles guide

using the peer reviewed limiter in ebscohost

Peer Reviewed - Proquest Databases

After performing a search in a ProQuest Database, use the Peer Reviewed checkbox to limit the search results to peer reviewed articles. If you don't know how to search for articles, review the How to Find Articles guide

limiting to peer reviewed articles in proquest

Popular vs Scholarly Articles

Source: Harris Learning Library | Published on Jul 4, 2016

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