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Cited reference searching allows you to find articles that are related, by finding those an author used when writing their own. You can use it to broaden your research:
Online citation searching allows easy retrieval of records that have been cited in the selected article as well as those which have later cited that article. A key database that has the facility for citation searching is Web of Science. There are other databases that provide details of cited references, check the help option. Google Scholar also provides citation information for articles, books and other materials
Web of Science indexes articles from key research journals across the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities. A useful feature of Web of Science is that it includes the cited references (bibliography) for articles in the database, and you can also search for a specific cited reference.
It is also possible to set up citation alerts on Web of Science - you will then be emailed every time a new article is indexed which includes the original article in its cited references.