Q: How to mention in my CV that my original article was peer reviewed?

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In my CV, I want to mention that my original article was peer reviewed. How can I include this piece of information?

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Generally speaking, it is not really necessary to mention that your paper was peer reviewed before publication. If you have mentioned a publication in your CV, it is expected that you have published in a peer reviewed journal. Articles published elsewhere are not really regarded as "publications." However, if you wish, you can just mention the name of your article and by the journal where it was published, followed by the words "peer reviewed journal" in brackets. Alternatively, you can create a section titled "Peer reviewed publications" and list your article under it, mentioning the name of the journal where it was published and the DOI of the article.

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