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What are Peer Reviewed Articles?

Scholarly/academic journals selectively  publish the works of scholars, researchers, and experts.

Most scholarly journals, but not all, have peer reviewed articles. Peer-reviewed articles are also called refereed. Those terms mean the same thing and are interchangeable.e.

For articles to be considered peer reviewed/refereed, they must go through a rigorous review process by the authors' peers, who are experts in their fields.

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Ulrichsweb: Identify Peer Reviewed Journals

Already found an article in a journal and wondering if the journal is peer reviewed/refereed?

Search for the title in Ulrichsweb, a database that identifies which journals are peer reviewed/refereed.

The title will have this icon, , that looks like a referee's jersey next to it if the journal is peer reviewed/refereed.