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    Answered By: Kim Read
    Last Updated: Feb 09, 2017     Views: 17

    We're happy to help. Have you had a chance to start searching yet? If so, can you tell us what words you are typing into the search boxes when you search? 

    In the meantime, try searching mindfulness in ERIC. In Search@CULibraries, try mindfulness AND classroom. You can find both ERIC and Search@CULibraries here: http://libguides.cu-portland.edu/medonline/primary/where. You can also try using the word meditation instead of mindfulness.

    For peer reviewed articles, you'll want to be sure to check a box or click on a link for peer reviewed articles. Not all results in the search tools will be peer reviewed, so you'll need to filter the results so they are all peer reviewed. We have a quick video demonstration of how to do this.

    For tips for finding primary research articles, see this page: http://libguides.cu-portland.edu/medonline/primary/how. You'll see that in some searches, it can be helpful to add in another keyword like study to identify primary research articles in the results.

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