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How to find out if a Google Scholar article is peer reviewed

Cut and paste the title of the article you found in Google Scholar and put it in a library catalog title search. 

Click here for a link for the library catalog advanced search. The second box defaults to a title search.

Click the green search button to get a results list.

Next click in the peer reviewed box on the left side of the screen. If the article stays on your results list, it is peer reviewed.