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Library Research at Seneca

 

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What are Peer Reviewed Articles?

Peer reviewed articles are published in scholarly, peer reviewed journals and usually follow a consistent format. The articles have gone through a "peer review process" wherein a panel of experts has approved of the quality of writing, soundness of the research methods, logic of results, and significance to the field.

 

Sections of a Peer Reviewed Article

Abstract: Identifies the focus of the article

Introduction: Provides context for the article

Methods: Discusses study design and research methods

Results: May include graphs, charts, figures, and tables

Discussion: Where authors write about what their results mean

Conclusion: Wraps up the article

References: Section at the end of the paper that lists the other publications the authors cited

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