Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Jun 05, 2018     Views: 5

Elsevier guidance for journal editors on criteria for indexing in Scopus confirms that journals must be peer reviewed. Although most of the content indexed in Scopus is from journals, there is coverage of material that won't be peer reviewed, such as conference papers. If results are limited to Source Type: Journals, users can be confident that all will be peer reviewed.

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