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Question:
what is an example of a peer reviewed journal? I need three Peer Reviewed journals for a class and I don't know what they are.

Our answer:

General definitions of the kinds of articles written are:

  1. Peer-reviewed: Articles reviewed by experts in that subject or field to ensure validity and reliability before publication. These articles should be used as sources for research papers.
  2. Popular: articles written from a non-scholarly perspective, such as those in newpapers and magazines

Special notes:

  1. Another name for peer-reviewed is refereed
  2. The term periodical refers to any published work of articles. For example, a magazine is a popular periodical.

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