Peer reviewed articles are found in academic or scholarly journals. They are written by scholars and experts, but there is an extra step before publication: Other equally qualified scholars and experts review each article for accuracy and significance before it can be published in a peer reviewed journal.
Because of this more rigorous process, a peer reviewed article is considered to have the most value, even more than other scholarly articles.
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All the articles in JSTOR are not only scholarly, but peer reviewed so you can search as you normally would. JSTOR does include content other than articles, such as primary sources, images reports and open content in the results, however, that are not peer reviewed. To take these out your results:
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