You can use the links below to search by topic for peer-reviewed articles. These point to library databases that contain scholarly articles, many peer-reviewed.
Look for the Find It @ SLU button to locate the full text of an article. If you don't see a link to a PDF for an article in your search results, the Find It @ SLU button will search the library's resources for a copy of the article. If it doesn't locate one, it will provide you with a link to place a request via Interlibrary Loan.
Interested in exploring other sources? You can find other research databases from the library homepage. Click on the Databases tab. You can explore alphabetically, or using the "Doing Research On.." drop-down menu.
Have you already spent 20 minutes search and you feel like you're hitting a wall? Stop what you're doing and contact your librarian!
Research takes time, and when you're working on research for a paper you might spend hours researching and try many, many searches before you're done. But you shouldn't spend hours searching and finding nothing. If you spend 20-30 minutes on your research and you're not finding anything remotely relevant, please stop what you're doing and contact your librarian! I can help you develop search search strategy, and maybe choose another database more suited for your topic.