The most current scholarship and information will often be found in articles from periodicals. The databases listed below can help you find scholarly articles and articles that are intended for a popular or consumer audience (see below the database list for more information regarding the differences between these types of articles), depending on your need. In addition, this guide also highlights several relevant scholarly journals appropriate to this subject area.
Start your search here for other scholarly journal articles. When you get to the search results, filter them by Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals and limit to results that have Full Text.
On the search results page, you can limit and filter search results. Select to filter results to those that have a link to the full text and are from scholarly (peer reviewed) publications. In addition, consider narrowing the publication date to within the last 5-10 years.
While there are numerous kinds of periodical literature, it is important to distinguish between two key categories: scholarly and popular.
See below for basic guidance on citing journal articles in APA format (7th edition) . For more information on citations, see Purdue OWL's guide to APA Format.
The basic format for citing journal articles is is:
Lastname, A. B., Lastname, C. D., & Lastname, E. F. (Year). Title of article: Capital for first letter of subtitle. Title of Periodical, volume number(issue number), first page-last page. https://doi.org/xx.xxx/yyyy.