Answered By: Laura Sider
Last Updated: Nov 28, 2017     Views: 178

Q: Where can I find peer reviewed articles?
Answered by: Laura Sider

If you use our library databases, you will (generally) have the option to filter for peer-reviewed articles. After you have conducted a search, you should see a filter for "peer-reviewed" content on the results page. Here are some examples in two of our databases:

In Academic Search Premier

 

In Search Articles +

 

Please note, if you're in a library resource and do NOT see a 'peer review' or "scholarly' filter (like in JSTOR, ScienceDirect and Springerlink), it may mean that the resource is entirely made up of scholarly content.

Remember:Google Scholar does not give you the option to filter for peer reviewed content because not everything in Google Scholar is scholarly.

Still have questions? Contact your personal librarian or send an email to askyale@gmail.com

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