Cited reference searching is the process of seeking instances in which an article, book, journal, or particular author is cited in another work. Gathering a citation's impact can help the researcher:
example graph of an author's citations per year
Cited Reference Search
To determine how many times an author has been cited in other published works, try either Web of Science, Scopus, or Google Scholar. For instructions, see the help sheet on cited reference search form Hardin Library.
The following PDF guides include step-by-step instructions for cited reference searches in the following databases.