How can you determine if a journal is peer reviewed (also called 'refereed')?
For more information on peer-reviewed articles, see:
PUBMED statement | Most journals in PubMed are peer-reviewed or refereed. Non-editorial journal staff review original articles before the articles are accepted for publication.Criteria for peer review and the qualifications of peers or referees vary among publishers.We have no list of peer-reviewed/refereed journals in PubMed; and you cannot limit your search to peer-reviewed journals using PubMed. When searching research databases, click on Get It @ ASU! and scroll down to options. You will be able to link out to Ulrichs and search your journal title to confirm whether or not its peer reviewed.
What's the difference between articles in Popular Magazines, Trade (professional) Magazines, and Scholarly Journals?
Scholarly, Popular, and Trade Publications: How can you identify each?