Tip: Start your research in Medline Complete. It's the best source for peer-reviewed journal articles from major communication disorders journals!
More databases can be found through our Find Resources by Subject guides.
Click the following titles to locate these titles online or in print. If you are looking for a journal not on this list, search for it in the library's Full Text Finder.
What's a "peer-review journal"? And why does it matter to me?
"Peer-reviewed journals" are considered scholarly. And it matters to you because most of your research should come from scholarly journals.
Want to know more? Watch a brief YouTube tutorial from Vanderbilt Univ. called Scholarly vs. Popular Periodicals.
Still not sure if your source is a peer-reviewed journal? Use the link below and search for the journal. HINT: Enter the journal name and specify that it be in the "TI Title" field. View the record for your journal and look for the "Peer-Reviewed" line. If it says "Yes," you're in business!