How do I find a peer reviewed article?

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The easiest way to find a peer reviewed article (also called scholarly, academic, or refereed) is to use the "peer reviewed" filter that most of our databases have. That limits the results only to articles that appear in a peer reviewed journal.

Content type limiters with arrow pointing to peer reviewed 

If you're not sure if a journal as a whole is peer reviewed or not, you can check Ulrichsweb to see.

Information from Ulrichs about the journal Family Process. Yellow boxes highlight that it's refereed and its content type is academic

  • Last Updated Jul 20, 2022
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  • Answered By Pippin Macdonald

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