A process that articles in many scholarly journals go through before they are published. Once an article is submitted for publication, it is sent to an editorial board comprised of experts in the field to be evaluated. The submitted article must receive the approval of the editorial board before it is published. The editorial board is usually identified at the beginning of each issue of a journal. Peer-reviewed journals may also be called peer reviewed journals.
Scholarly publications whose articles are reviewed prior to publication by a panel of experts in the field.
journals publishing articles which have been through a peer review process.
scientific journals in which a committee of scientists review papers before they are published, checking for adequate experimental design and whether the experimental results support the conclusions reached.
See Peer Reviewed