How can you tell if an article is peer-reviewed?

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Many databases have a function to limit search results to peer-reviewed articles. In some databases, you may have to go to the advanced search bar to do this. 

If checking for a specific article, use the journal's webpage to determine their editorial process. A simple Google search for the journal title will usually locate the journal's website.

Information about peer review is often listed in the following areas:

  • About Us
  • Editorial Process
  • Instructions for Authors
  • Submission Guidelines
  • Last Updated Nov 08, 2022
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  • Answered By Elena Betsworth

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