Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 283

The best database for peer reviewed articles is EBSCO Academic Search Complete. You can access it from the EBSCO Academic Search Complete tab in the How to Use EBSCO LibGuide (see link below).

Here is how to get started:

  1. After getting to the database, click on Advanced Search below the search box.
  2. Enter writing in the first box, and select Subject in the Select a Field box.
  3. In the second box, enter self perception and select Subject in the Select a Field box.
  4. From the result, go to Refine Your Results on the left hand side, select peer reviewed journals and Full text and hit update. Now you should have a good number from which you can choose articles for your research project.

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