View a list of records cited by the document whose title appears at the top of the page.
Find Related Records
Click the Find Related Records link to retrieve records of documents that cite the same references.
The assumption behind Related Records searching is that documents that cite the same works have a subject relationship, regardless of whether their text or titles contain the same terms. The more cited references two documents share, the closer is the subject relationship.
Cited References Results
This line displays the title of the cited work (if known). A cited title may be a published article or some other publication type.
Web of Science Core Collection and BIOSIS Citation Index include books and book chapters in their indexes. The following citation indexes do not: Chinese Science Citation Database and Data Citation Index.
This field displays the authors of a cited work. An author may include:
The product displays full last names and first names of cited authors retrieved from the source record. If complete full name are unavailable, then the product displays the author's last name and the author's initials. If there are no authors, the product displays the term [Anonymous] to the right of the Author(s) heading.
This field displays source information about a record such as Title, Published date, DOI number, and type of publication (for example, journal).
Times Cited Field
This field displays the total number of times a work was cited by other works.
When you click the link, the system takes you to the Citing Articles page. A Citation Summary table shows a breakdown of the Times Cited count across all citation indexes in your subscription as well as the total number of times a paper was cited by other papers indexed in the following citation indexes.
Options to output records are available from the Cited References page.
To output data for selected records:
See also Output Records
Output Source Records
Bibliographic data and the abstract are available for printing, e-mailing, saving, and exporting. The record must be a source record (in our product) and in your subscription.
To include other data fields in the output, click the Title link of a source record to go to the Full Record page.
Alternatively, add the record to your Marked List page. From the Marked List page, select the data that you want to print, e-mail, save, or export.
Add to Marked List
Add records to your Marked List where you can later print, save, e-mail, order, or export from the Marked List page.
See also Marking Records
Adding Source Records to the Marked List
Only cited references that are source records (records found in our products) and in your subscription can be added to your Marked List. A Marked List check box will appear in the left column to indicate that the record can be added to your Marked List.
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