Are you looking for a primary original research journal article?
If so, then you need to search for a peer-reviewed or scholarly journal article that:
Primary research articles can be identified by a commonly used format or structure. Primary research articles will often contain:
Primary original research studies are available in many of the Library's databases, but you may want to consider searching databases in your subject area.
Most databases do not allow you to limit your search to primary original research only - you will need to search for peer-reviewed or scholarly articles on your topic and then look through the search results to find articles that describe primary original research.
Search Tips: Adding Keywords to Your Search
Adding certain keywords to your search may improve your chances of finding primary original research articles:
Search Tips: CTRL+F or Command+F
Control+F (PC) or Command+F (Mac), is a keyboard shortcut for the Find command.
If you're in a web browser and need to find where a word appears on a web page: