Peer–reviewed, or refereed, articles have been reviewed by experts in the field to ensure their validity and reliability before being accepted for publication. A couple of things to consider:
Now, need to find peer-reviewed articles? There are several ways to do so:
Search in a database that is limited to peer reviewed articles. Some such databases are Clinical Key, OVID, and Science Direct. Other databases may have a filter to limit search results to academic journals but be cautioned that this limit may exclude articles from some peer-reviewed journals.
Check the Peer-Reviewed Journal lists for each of the MBKU programs which can be found on the library website on the Journals page of each program's Subject Guide. These lists only include journals for which we have subscriptions. There are many more journals not included in the lists that you could use and for which we can get articles for you from another library.
If you find no evidence that the journal is peer-reviewed and want more clarification, contact the library staff at email@example.com.
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