Answered By: Margaret Vaverek Last Updated: Feb 22, 2017 Views: 112
To find out if an article is considered peer-reviewed, check the Ulrich's database by doing a search for the title of the journal. If a journal is peer-reviewed, the Ulrich's database will say it is 'Refereed' (another term for peer-reviewed).
Serials Directory is another database that has whether or not a journal is peer-reviewed.
Many, but not all, of the research databases have a checkbox to limit the results to articles published in scholary/academic as well as peer-reviewed journals. However, if a database only has a "Scholarly" or Academic limiter/filter, keep in mind that refereed/peer-reviewed journals are a subset of scholarly journals. In other words, not all scholarly journals are refereed/peer-reviewed.