Finding Articles When You Know Your Citation:
a)Use Google Scholar to search for the article title (be sure you have it set up to automatically allow you free access to GW’s subscription resources – here's how: https://library.gwu.edu/howdoi/finding-full-text)
1) Google the name of the journal to get to the publisher's webpage.
Look for a section on the page "about this journal".
If it is a peer-reviewed publication, it will proudly advertise itself as such.
2) There is also a library database that supplies this information. It is called, "Ulrich's".
It is listed on the library's webpage > click: Subject Databases > A-Z Databases > "U" tab >
scroll down list to find "Ulrich's".
**Something to think about: A journal can be peer-reviewed and still contain articles that are not peer-reviewed...for example, editorials and book reviews are not peer-reviewed.