Did your instructor tell you to use "peer-reviewed" articles for your research paper? Don't waste your time collecting a list of references that are not peer-reviewed. Before you begin your research, watch this 10 minute video!
Scholarly (peer-reviewed) vs. Popular Articles
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Start with the first database, PsycArticles, to find your peer-reviewed journal articles. If you don't know what "peer-reviewed" means, see the tutorial in the box on the left!
Once you have found an article in PsycArticles or another research database, doublecheck that it is truly peer-reviewed. Here are some characteristics to look for.