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HES 244: Exercise Psychology: What is a "peer-reviewed" source?

Choosing Sources

Choosing Sources

Tips on how to recognize reliable sources by evaluating them in terms of relevance, currency, audience, and credibility.

Evaluating Sources Grid

Sample Articles

Douglas, S. (2019, May 2).  For Depression and Anxiety, Running is a Unique Therapy.  Runner's World.  https://www.runnersworld.com/health-injuries/a18807336/running-anxiety-depression/

Gorczynski, P., Coyle, M., & Gibson, K. (2017).  Depressive symptoms in high-performance athletes and non-athletes: a comparative meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 51, 1348-1354.

Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) vs. Popular Sources

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