To find scholarly articles, note the following:
A scholarly article is most often written by a person with academic credentials in the discipline. The article may or may not be peer reviewed. And remember that peer reviewed journals also contain content that does not meet the criteria for being peer reviewed such as letters and book reviews. When in doubt, ask Dr. Heller.
Searching for social, ethical and economic issues includes concepts like quality of life, employment, genetic screening, counseling, coping behavior, costs, etc
PLEASE NOTE: This is not an exhaustive list of all the databases provided by the library. If you are not finding what you need, please ask for help from me or at the Reference Desk.