If you can't tell whether or not a journal is peer-reviewed, check Ulrichsweb.
Identifying a peer-reviewed article
Peer reviewed articles may include some or all of these elements (individual mileage may vary):
Even if a journal is considered peer reviewed, not all articles within that journal are actually peer reviewed, examples include:
NOTE: An article may be considered scholarly, for example a conference proceeding or technical report, but you cannot assume it was peer reviewed. Need help? Ask a Librarian
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