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What does peer-reviewed mean?

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Peer-review means that a written work has been evaluated by people with knowledge in the same field who have verified the sources and information found within that particular work, usually a journal article. Many of the journal databases found in the Mott Library's Online Resources, offer an option to limit your search to peer-reviewed articles.

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