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KIN 621 - Exercise Laboratory Techniques (UNH Durham): Find Articles

This course is designed to provide students exposure to the scientific process and hypothesis development as it applies to exercise physiology.

What are peer-reviewed journals?

Journals containing academic articles, often reporting results of research studies.

Each journal is normally on one subject such as: history, literature, sociology, etc.

These journals are also known as Referred journals.

Authors are usually professors, scholars or similar experts.

The author/s manuscript is scrutinized (peer-reviewed) before publication, by others who are experts in the same field.

Examples of peer-reviewed journals in exercise science include:

 

Scholarly vs. Popular Periodicals

An informative 3 minute video created by Peabody Library, Vanderbilt University.

General Databases/Printed Sources

Databases for Exercise Science