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How do I find peer reviewed journal articles?

Last Updated: Jun 05, 2013  |  22 Views
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Many of the library's article databases allow you to limit your search results to peer-reviewed journals. Examples are the EBSCO databases plus ProQuest Health & Medical Complete. Click on the box "peer reviewed" or "scholarly (peer reviewed) journals."

Be aware that even though a particular journal is peer reviewed, individual items in that journal may not be such as comments or commentaries, editorials, news and other similar articles.

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