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Gerontology 103 Course guide: Gerontology Research at Hostos Library

Specialized reference sources for gerontology

Find journal, newspaper, and magazine articles on your topic

Peer-review is a process of quality control where experts evaluate each other's work, provide comments, and recommend revisions before new research is published. Hostos Library licenses many databases that provide peer-reviewed, scientific articles. Many articles that describe publicly funded research are freely available through PubMed, the National Library of Medicine's database for medical research.

This list of library databases can help you locate peer-reviewed studies on a variety of topics related to aging and health.
These are key peer-reviewed journals in community health and gerontology
Newspapers and Magazines

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