Found a good article? Check out the articles it cites, and use database or Google Scholar tools to find articles that cite it. This helps you follow the "chain of research" on a topic and get a better idea of the research conversation.
Google Scholar can be a useful search tool, because you can search the full text of articles. Use it for these purposes:
When searching an individual database you might see "Times Cited in this Database" below a citation. Select the link to find articles that cite it. Google Scholar will give you a similar "cited by" link to find citing articles.
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