What are (Scholarly) Peer Reviewed publications?
In order to consistently assign peer reviewed status to titles on our products, EBSCO has established specific guidelines.
Peer reviewed is defined by EBSCO as follows:
- Blind Peer Reviewed - (or Double Blind Peer Reviewed) - Articles appearing in a journal are sent outside of the journal's publishing or sponsoring organization for review by external reviewer(s), whereby the either author's identity or the reviewers' identity is unknown.
- Editorial Board Peer Review - articles appearing in a journal are reviewed by an internal board of editors, not solely by one editor. The author's identity may be known or unknown.
- Expert Peer Review - articles appearing in a journal are reviewed by experts (either internal or external to the journal) whose credentials are known and who are experts within the subject matter of the article under review. The author's identity may be known or unknown.
You can find peer reviewed articles in two ways:
- Many of our databases have peer reviewed titles. In these databases, there will be a limiter that can be set to appear on the search screen.
- Using a command line search, you can locate peer previewed articles. To search for peer reviewed journals only, attach and RV Y to the end of your search. RV is the tag for peer reviewed and Y is the variable indicating "Yes."
Example: blood neoplasms AND RV Y
Please contact EBSCO Tech Support if you need assistance.
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