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.
No full-text link? Use the Request Item link in EBSCO databases to request articles through Document Delivery. We will order the article for you - it is free and you get a PDF of the article!
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 North Carolina State University called Peer Review in 3 Minutes.
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!