Answered By: Laurissa Gann
Last Updated: Mar 03, 2016     Views: 173

Most journals have a website that includes this information.  Find the journal's website through a Google search and then look for a link with information about the journal or how to submit articles.  The link may say something similar to the following:

- "About this journal"
- "Author Information"
- "Instructions & Guidelines"
- "Instructions for authors"
- "How to submit"
- "Submission guidelines"

Once you find the page, you may want to use the control-F function (hold down the control key on your keyboard and tap the "F" key) to quickly search the page for the word "peer" or "referee".

Please note that even if a journal is peer-reviewed, not all the articles in that journal may participate in the peer-review process.  Editorials, letters, and invited papers are usually not peer-reviewed even if they appear in a peer-reviewed journal.

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