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Scientific Methods in Behavioral Science: DOI

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DOI

To address the problem of changing and nonworking URL’s, scholarly publishers are assigning a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to journal articles. The DOI is a unique and persistent link to the article.

Where is the DOI Listed on Article Citations and and Articles?

The DOI is often listed in the item record in a database, in the article citation, or on the first page of the document. It may also be found through the publisher website. 

Example Citations with DOI:
Matamoros, V., Arias, C., Brix, H., & Bayona, J. (2007). Removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) from urban wastewater in a pilot vertical flow constructed wetland and a sand filter. Environmental Science & Technology, 41(23), 8171-8177. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/es071594+


Baicker, K. (2006). The labor market effects of rising health insurance. Journal of Labor Economics, 24(3), 609-634. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/505049 

CrossRef DOI Lookup

If no DOI is listed, use CrossRef free DOI lookup to see if the article is assigned a DOI. 

Note: If there is an & in the title, you may need to change the & to and.

 

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