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Psychology 100: Critical Thinking Topics assignment

This guide has been created to provide assistance for students in PSYC 100 who are working on their critical thinking topics assignment.


Lesson 3: Locating scholarly, peer-reviewed articles in PsycINFO

If you're not sure whether you've found a peer-reviewed article, the easiest way to confirm this is to apply the Scholarly (Peer-reviewed) Journals filter to your search results.  You'll find it on the left-hand side of the search results screen.  Once this filter is appied, all of your search results will be coming from scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.

screenshot of the scholarly peer reviewed journals filter


Video 2: Determining Peer-Review

Watch this short video to better understand how to determine what articles are peer reviewed.

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