Answered By: Jennifer DeVito
Last Updated: Nov 11, 2014     Views: 362

You can find peer-reviewed journals using Ulrichsweb.  Go to the University Libraries homepage (see link below)  and click the 'DATABASES' link in the top left Search box area.  At the A-Z Databases page you can Find Databases by Title, or click on the U tab and scroll down until you reach Ulrichsweb.

Once in Ulrichsweb, you can search for journals by topic or you can do an advanced search (using the Advanced Search link) and search for Academic/Scholarly journals and then refine your search using "Refereed/Peer-Reviewed."

Some databases at Stony Brook University Libraries contain ONLY peer-reviewed journals. Some of the most common scholarly (peer-reviewed only) databases are JSTOR, Project Muse, and Science Diretc (see links below).

Other databases contain a mixture of peer-reviewed journals and other resources, such as general magazines, newspapers, etc. Usually, in these cases, there is an option when searching to limit your search to Peer-Reviewed Articles Only.

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