Answered By: Hayley Bommarito
Last Updated: Sep 14, 2020     Views: 3

A peer-reviewed source means that all of its content has been read and approved for publication by experts in the field. Experts often hold advanced degrees or have significant experience in their field.

Peer reviewed sources often include scholarly and academic journals.

A non-peer-reviewed source means that its content has not been read and approved for publication by experts.

Non-peer-reviewed sources include newspapers, magazines, ads, editorials, reviews, and conference proceedings.

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