Determining Which Journals Are Peer-reviewed

Most of the online databases to which the Library subscribes offer the ability to limit a search to scholarly or peer-reviewed journals (also called refereed):

Limit Searches to Peer-reviewed/scholarly journals in these databases:
(you can limit either the initial search or the displayed results)

Academic OneFile (Gale)
Academic Search Premier (Ebsco)
ABI/Inform
America: History & Life
Aquatic Sciences & Fisheries Abstracts
CINAHL
Communication and Mass Media
EconLit
Computer Database
Environmental Science & Pollution Management
ERIC
GreenFILE
Historical Abstracts
Humanities International Index
MLA Bibliography
Medline
Oceanic Abstracts
PAIS International
PsycINFO
Religion & Philosophy
Social Sciences Abstracts
Social Services Abstracts
Sociological Abstracts
SPORTDiscus
Water Resources Abstracts

These databases include ONLY Peer-reviewed journals:

Annual Reviews Backfile
Biological Abstracts
Project MUSE Journals
PsycArticles
Science Direct (Elsevier)
SpringerLink Journals
Wiley Interscience Journals

Working from an article citation from another source:

If you are investigating a journal from an existing article citation, go to the CSUMB Journals List and search on the journal name. The Journals List will often include information on whether that journal is peer-reviewed or not. When searching for names of journals using the CSUMB Journals List, you may also limit your search to those that are peer-reviewed.

Consult the Library's Subject Research Guides for recommendations on which databases to use for research projects.