In MCPHS Smart Search and most databases you can limit your search results either before or after you start searching to scholarly or peer reviewed content with the click of a button. These are a few of our databases that contain peer-reviewed articles. These particular ones don't have a specific way to limit searches to just peer-reviewed articles. Please use the Is It Peer Reviewed process to figure out if the articles you find through them are peer reviewed. These databases have great, high quality resources - search them individually for peer reviewed information. It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older.
How do I find scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles?
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Use a Database to search for scholarly articles in a desired subject area, or McDermott Library's Discover to search broadly across many databases. A scholarly database contains few popular articles, if any at all. Both tabs can be found in the center of the Library's homepage, utdallas. Check this box to ensure that all of your search results are peer reviewed. Visit our Search Tips guide or click the "Chat with Us" button on the right side of the page for assistance in strategizing your search. Here is a tip to ensure that your results are peer reviewed when using Discover or the Library Catalog. This icon can be found under title information to confirm peer review status:.
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In a non-refereed magazine or journal, the decision regarding which articles to publish are made by their staff -- perhaps an editor or editorial board. A peer-reviewed or refereed journal is one in which the articles are subjected to an external review process to assist in determining whether or not it should be published. The reviewers might suggest modifications to the article prior to publication. Often a "blind" process is used wherein the article's author is not identified to the reviewers to aid in maintaining their objectivity.