This video demonstrates several strategies for finding peer-reviewed journal literature using the library's PsycINFO and ERIC databases. The strategies range from simple keyword searches to more complex searches using subject terms and proximity operators. If you have questions, please email me (see the link below right).
If your results from PsycINFO and ERIC are not satisfactory, you can try Education Full-Text. Most everyone should be able to find good literature related to the Dunlosky et al. article in these databases.
More resources can be found at the Psychology & Human Development research guide.