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Psychology Library Guide: SCOPUS for citation searching and author analysis




For Masters, PhD students and academics working on cutting edge research, Scopus is a particularly powerful tool for gathering together the articles and book chapters written by a particular seminal scholar and finding out who that scholar’s co-authors are and which journals serve as a vehicle for that research. This can often form the core of a bibliography if you are focussing on cutting edge topics.

See attached document for step-by step screenshots.