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***Public Health: General Subject Guide: Use References to Find More

Research resources for Public Health.

Found a great source?

Found a great source for your topic? Make it work for you!

1. Do a cited reference search to see who else has used the same resource you found (Going forward from the time it was published)

2. Mine the citations to find the original sources used in resource you found (Going backward from the time it was published)

Going Forward (Cited Reference Searches)

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1. In Google Scholar, search for your article title (Pro Tip: use quotation marks around the title to keep the words in order together)

2. In your results, review the Cited By link underneath the article entry to see a list of other resources that have also cited the item since it was published.

Google Scholar article result

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1. In Web of Science, search for your article title (Pro Tip: use quotation marks around the title to keep the words in order together) 

2. In your results, review the Times Cited link on the right to see a list of other resources (from within the WOS collection) that have also cited the item since it was published.

 

For more information, see Web of Science: How to Do a Cited Reference Search

Going Back (Citation Mining)

See our Find Full Text instructions to find any resources listed in your item's bibliography through the GSU Library, Google searches, and Interlibrary Loan.

Find Full Text

Reference list

For more information, see our Tips for Searching: Mining References guide.