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How can I tell if a journal article is peer-reviewed?

Last Updated: Jul 17, 2014  |  567 Views

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Articles that are peer reviewed (also called scholarly or refereed) can be distinguished from popular, non-academic sources by looking for certain features such as abstracts, bibliographies, and the absence of advertisements.



See scholarly or popular sources for a full description. To verify for sure that an article is scholarly, use Ulrich's Periodicals Directory. Ulrich's will tell you whether a journal title is peer reviewed.

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