There is no direct means to only show peer-reviewed work; as Google Scholar also posts legal summaries, and other major journal articles from the Online WorldCat.
How can you tell if a Google Scholar article is peer reviewed?
Beneath “Availability”, click Peer-reviewed Journals. Beneath “Resource Type, click Articles. To keep filters in place for the duration of your session, see instructions here. You can limit your searches to peer reviewed and scholarly articles in many of the library’s individual databases, too.
How do I know if an article is peer reviewed?
In the search results, look for a referee jersey icon to indicate that a journal is refereed, which is a synonym for peer reviewed. 4. Or you can click on a journal to see the full record. If it says Refereed Yes, then you know the journal (and the articles published in it) are refereed/peer reviewed.
Is Google Scholar a scholarly source?
Google Scholar is a web resource that allows users to search for journal articles, citations, theses, preprints and book availability on the web. Materials located using Google Scholar come from a wide variety of sources, including: Selected academic publishers. Selected Professional society publishers.
Is NCBI peer reviewed?
Peer Review. Good news! Most of the journals in Medline/PubMed are peer reviewed. Generally speaking, if you find a journal citation in Medline/PubMed you should be just fine.