Web of Science
Includes Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts and
Humanities Citation Index
Web of Science
The capability to see which papers cite earlier papers, using the earlier papers
as the starting point. Cited Reference Searching lets you use a given work as if
it were a subject term to identify more recent articles on the same topic. For example,
you can find all works that reference articles published by A. Williamson in 1995
in the Journal of Neurophysiology (J Neurophysiol).
This type of searching often locates relevant articles that cannot be retrieved through
traditional subject-author searching.
|Description of Database:
||A multidisciplinary index to journal literature of the sciences, social sciences,
arts, and humanities covering 8,100 titles across 55 major disciplines. Web of Science
consists of three databases: Science Citation Index Expanded (indexes 5,300 major
journals across 164 scientific disciplines), Social Sciences Citation Index (indexes
1,700 journals spanning 50 disciplines, as well as covering individually selected,
relevant items from leading scientific and technical journals), and Arts and Humanities
Citation Index (indexes 1,100 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals,
as well as covering individually selected, relevant items from major science and
social sciences journals).
All authors of an article are included in the database, instead of only listing the
| Years of Coverage:
||Journal articles, book reviews, books, conferences, congresses, corrections, editorials,
notes, letters, and symposia
| Update Schedule:
||Weekly - on Friday
| Content Type:
||Bibliographic citations, with abstracts (from 1991); cited references
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