Articles in journals that are peer reviewed or refereed are reviewed by experts in the subject area in addition to being edited by the publishers. Because this is the highest level of scholarship, many assignments require peer reviewed sources. Ulrichsweb, found on the Library’s A-Z List of Databases, is a good way to identify peer reviewed journals.
You can search by keyword or title.
Searching for the keyword adolescence resulted in a list of titles. The legend indicates peer reviewed or “refereed” titles with a column in front of the title.
Clicking on a title gives you more information about that journal. There are also links to Serials Solution and to the library’s catalog. In addition to finding out if a journal is peer reviewed, you can use Ulrichsweb as a database by searching for a keyword or subject and using the Serials Solution link to get the fulltext of articles in other databases.