Answered By: Jeff Murdock
Last Updated: Nov 09, 2018     Views: 0

Generally, If the article is from a journal  within PubMed its OK. Or if you run a search for an article in one of the EBSCOhost or Proquest databases, and limit your search results to "peer review" you are OK.  Any articles you find should then be within the peer reviewed literature. If you search the Scopus article citation database then in theory the results should be from peer reviewed journals as well.

If you are using Google Scholar, the only way to verify sometimes going to the publishers website to read about their submission requirements and review process.  

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