Basic keyword searches are a fine place to start.
How to Find Specific Kinds of Articles:
No method of searching for specific kinds of articles is fool-proof. These tips, however, will be of great use:
Maximizing returns from your search results:
Subject Heading Searches:
Check the subject headings within specific articles to refine successive searches for more focused results
Scholarly / Peer-Reviewed:
Many databases give you the option of checking a box if you wish to retrieve only scholarly / peer-reviewed articles. I suggest that you absolutely do this, AFTER you’ve done an initial search to cull all potential useful keywords and subject headings from all the articles in the system, peer-reviewed or not.
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