Once you have lots of results, let's figure out how to make the list smaller and more useful.
You can limit your search using the filters on the left. Take a look at the options.
You can choose the format, source type, language, date(s) items were published, subject terms, and more.
You can narrow your results even further. Articles are tagged with subject terms. They can be useful for narrowing searches, and also for exploring aspects of a topic that you may not have thought of. They can help you narrow down your research question. Notice that the more subject terms you choose, the fewer results you will get.
To read the full article, click on one of the full text links.
Links are under the article result, or on the left of the article page.
The following databases are possible sources for peer reviewed articles.
Tip: Check the 'Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals' box before your search to limit it to scholarly articles.