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How can I limit to peer reviewed articles in Informit databases?

Last Updated: Apr 14, 2014  |  139 Views

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There is no tick box or button to enable Peer Review searching, however you can search for peer reviewed items using a search syntax.

To run a search for Peer reviewed articles add the following search to the end of your query:

PRAI=yes

For example:

(Health OR Well-being) AND PRAI=yes

Please note: this will only work for the Informit Collections (and new APAFT content) as these are the only databases that index articles to include the Peer Reviewed indicator

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