Answered By: Tim Peters
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2015     Views: 85


Peer-reviewed articles are considered every bit as credible as scholarly articles when using them in your paper. In many cases, the terms peer-reviewd and scholarly are used interchangeably when researching and writing a paper. Both terms indicate that the article is authoritative and the result of sound research. 


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