An article that is "peer-reviewed" refers to articles that have undergone a rigorous review process, often including revisions to the original manuscript, by peers in their discipline, before publication in a scholarly journal. Other ways to describe a peer-reviewed article include: empirical studies, review articles, scholarly articles, academic articles, or research articles.
Always remember to keep track of your information sources. Copy pasting the URL for the article is sometimes not enough!
Make note of the article authors, journal title, and article title, so you can be sure to find the article again. You will also need these pieces of information for a citation.
If you are using Cook OneSearch, you can save the Permalink. The Permalink will always take you back to the article. See the screenshot below on where to locate the Permalink in Cook OneSearch.