Peer Reviewed Journal

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List Of Academic Databases And Search Engines
... engines useful in an academic setting for finding and accessing articles in academic journals, or in repositories, archives, or other collections of ... for information about databases giving bibliographic information about finding books and journal articles ... or "subscription" can refer both to the availability of the database or of the journal articles included ...
Publishing Case Reports
... Many international journals will publish case reports, but they restrict the number that appear in the print run because this has an adverse effect on the journal Impact Factor ... Case reports are often put in the internet part of the journal and there is often still a requirement for a subscription to access them ... Other similar journals include Case Reports in Medicine, Journal of Medical Case Reports, and Cases Journal all of them publish peer reviewed case reports in all areas of medicine ...
Geographical Society Of Ireland - Peer Reviewed Journal
... the Geographical Society of Ireland is Irish Geography, the premier peer-reviewed journal devoted to the geography of Ireland ...
Association For Scottish Literary Studies - Publications - Periodicals
... of periodicals, including Scottish Literary Review (formerly Scottish Studies Review), a peer reviewed journal of Scottish literature and cultural studies Scottish Language, a peer reviewed journal of ...

Famous quotes containing the words journal, peer and/or reviewed:

    I think this journal will be disadvantageous for me, for I spend my time now like a spider spinning my own entrails.
    Mary Bokin Chesnut (1823–1886)

    When trouble comes no mother should have to plead guilty alone. The pediatricians, psychologists, therapists, goat herders, fathers, and peer groups should all be called to the bench as well. . . .
    Mary Kay Blakely (20th century)

    I abide by a rule concerning reviews: I will never ask, neither in writing nor in person, that a word be put in about my book.... One feels cleaner this way. When someone asks that his book be reviewed he risks running up against a vulgarity offensive to authorial sensibilities.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)