Answered By: Benjamin Saracco
Last Updated: Dec 26, 2017     Views: 11

  • Google Scholar 
    Find your article in Google Scholar by entering its title in the search box and then clicking the "Cited by" link under its entry. Alternatively you can search using an author's name.  On the right side of the search box, click the arrow to open Advanced Search. Enter the author's name in the appropriate field, and click search. In the search results, locate the Cited By number beneath each citation.
    Click Cited References from the top, blue menu. Enter the author and/or article title in the appropriate boxes, and click Search. CINAHL will return articles that match your criteria. Check the box(es) beside the citation(s) for which you want to find citing articles. Then click Find Citing Articles.
  • PlumScore and other metrics offered by Scopus
    Find an article in Scopus by entering its title in the search box. After you have located an article click on it.  On the right-hand side of the page you will see a box titled "metrics".  In this box you can see how many times an article has been cited, its PlumMetrics which display alternative metrics information, and a link to "view all metrics".  After clicking "view all metrics" you will be taken to a page displaying even more detailed article-level bibliometric information.
  • Cited Reference Search and Analysis (Web of Science) 
    Search for articles that have cited a previously published work

For more information on scholarly publishing visit the CMSRU library's Pub Hub research guide: