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The most thorough way to find if an article is peer reviewed is to visit the journal publisher's website, locate the journal title, and read the section about the journal which will indicate if submissions to that journal go through a peer review process. See the Tutorials research for info on specific databases.
PubMed - Everything is considered peer reviewed.
EBSCOhost - Use the advanced Search or limit your results after running a search to peer review and academic journals.
Google Scholar - Many items are peer reviewed, but there are some which are not. There isn't a way to limit results to just peer reviewed.
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PubMed - Articles in PubMed are considered peer reviewed and there isn't a limiter to use in the database.
EBSCOhost (includes Cochrane, SPORTDiscus, Food Science Source, AMED) - Click on Advanced Search under the search box and select Peer Reviewed.
Google Scholar - There isn't a limiter in Google Scholar. You will have to look at the publisher page and "about this journal" or similar to find out if a journal is peer reviewed.
Index to Chiropractic Literature - Click on "Switch to Advanced Search" and then select "Peer Reviewed Citations" under "Peer Review".
See also How do I know if an article is considered peer reviewed? and Tutorials.
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