Where can I find peer reviewed journal articles online?
Here are a few major databases for finding peer-reviewed research sources in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences:
- MLA International Bibliography. This link opens in a new window.
- Web of Science (Core Collection)
- Academic Search Ultimate.
- IEEE Xplore.
- Business Source Ultimate.
What are the best peer-reviewed journals?
- Annual Review of Psychology.
- Frontiers in Neuroscience.
- PLOS One.
- Journal of Advertising Research.
- Journal of Consumer Research.
- Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
- Learning and Instruction.
How do I know if Canvas is peer-reviewed?
On your Dashboard, you can view recent activity in your Global Activity stream. Recent activity will display a peer review and the name of the course. Click the Show More link to access the assignment and view the name of the peer review student. If a peer review is anonymous, the name will show as Anonymous User.
What do you mean by peer-reviewed journal?
A peer-reviewed publication is also sometimes referred to as a scholarly publication. The peer-review process subjects an author’s scholarly work, research, or ideas to the scrutiny of others who are experts in the same field (peers) and is considered necessary to ensure academic scientific quality.
How do you deal with a bad peer review?
Regarding responding to the harsh or negative peer reviewer comments, you should deal with them as you would deal with any other comment. Give a point-by-point response to the comments, mentioning whether you agree or disagree with them. If you disagree with some of the comments, provide your reasons for doing so.
What qualities make a good peer review?
Your review should be clear, constructive and consistent.
- Clarity is important because authors will not be able to respond to your concerns if they don’t fully understand what they are.
- Reviews are most helpful if they don’t just criticise, but also make constructive suggestions for how concerns may be resolved.
How long is too long for peer review?
An optimal range for peer review durations were 1–20 weeks with majority falling within eight weeks or under (86% of 366 responses).
How long does it take to get an article peer reviewed?
within 80 days
How long does it take to peer review a study?
While writing a peer review may take between 4 and 8 h, in only 19% of all reported cases authors were informed about the outcome in less than a month. In about one third of the cases (32%) authors had to wait 3 months or more and in 10% of the cases even more than 6 months before being informed.
How do I get my paper peer reviewed?
The peer review process
- Step 1: Editor assessment. download PDF.
- Step 2: First round of peer review. The editor will then find and contact other researchers who are experts in your field, asking them to review the paper.
- Step 3: Revise and resubmit.
- Step 4: Accepted.
How long should peer review comments be?
To get the most out of the peer review process, you’ll want to keep some best practice tips and techniques in mind from the start. This will help you write a review around two to three pages (four maximum) in length.