Answered By: Research support team Last Updated: Sep 04, 2019 Views: 579
Peer-reviewed articles have been evaluated by researchers and experts in the academic community prior to publication. To determine if an article is truly peer reviewed, google the title of the journal, navigate to its website.
Look for information about the peer-review process. This should be listed under either "About this Journal" or in a section outlining submission guidelines for authors.
For more information about what defines a peer reviewed article, check out our table on this page.
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