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Disability and Human Development: Journals and Articles

Resources for students, faculty, and researchers focusing on topics in the area of disability and human development.

Welcome

This guide serves as a gateway to research in human development and disability studies. Because of the interdisciplinary nature, there are many more resources not listed that might be useful depending on the topic. Consider exploring the "Other Helpful Guides" box or contact me for help getting started!

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Determining if a Journal is Peer-Reviewed: Ulrich's Periodicals Directory

How do I know if my article comes from a peer-reviewed journal?

  • You can use Ulrich's Periodicals Directory to check to see if a particular journal is peer-reviewed. If it is, the record will include the referree jacket icon depicted above, meaning that the journal is "refereed"/peer-reviewed
  • Peer-reviewed journals contain articles that have been carefully reviewed by experts in a particular field of study to ensure that the research they present meets high standards of quality
  • Peer-reviewed journals are also referred to as scholarly, academic, or refereed

Connect to Ulrich's Using the Link below:

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Subjects:Health Sciences