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PT 7327: Research in Physical Therapy I: Finding Articles

This course guide was created for Professor Denise Gobert's PT 7327 (Research I) class.

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 or ISSN 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.

Serials Directory

Serials Directory is another way to see if a journal is peer reviewed. Search by journal title or ISSN. 

If a journal is peer reviewed, you'll see in the journal record Peer Reviewed: Yes.

If the journal is not peer reviewed, you will not see in the journal record Peer Reviewed: Yes. It will be missing from the record.

Suggested PT Databases

More PT Databases

See a complete list of Physical Therapy databases.

More Databases: Citation Analysis and Dissertations & Theses

If you have found a relevant article, see which articles have cited it by searching in Scopus or Web of Science. This is one way to find more relevant articles.

See more Citation Analysis databases. They cover different disciplines.

Looking for another way to find relevant articles? Search dissertations and theses on your topic to see which references they used.