Peer-review refers to the process that journal articles must go through in order to be published in a scholarly journal. Before an article is published, it must be reviewed and critiqued by a panel of other researchers in that field. This process ensures that the highest standards of research are upheld. These articles are known as peer-reviewed or scholarly articles.
For more information about peer review, and to see a sample journal, click the Peer Review tab.
While it is best to search one of our research databases for articles, the link below provides examples of peer-reviewed journal articles.
Our databases include abstracts (summaries) and selected full text of articles. If the complete article you want is NOT in one database, it may be available in another. Look for the "linked full text" icon. You can also use the Journal Locator to manually search by journal name to see which database includes the full text of selected journal titles.
We can always locate articles for you via interlibrary loan. Click on the interlibrary loan icon in your search results or fill out the ILL form.
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