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How do I search for articles in a specific journal?

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You can find articles in a specific journal by using our Search It tool. From the middle of the Libraries' home page, click on "Search It Advanced." This displays a search box. 

Here's an example - we've searched for articles on Alzheimer's in the journal Nature during the last year. Below, the image and the steps show how the fields might look.

  • type in your topic
  • Material Type - choose ArticlesList of journal titles
  • Publication Date - choose Last year
  • click the Search button
  • your results will display

Once your search results display, limit the entries to a specific journal by following these steps:

  • go to Refine My Results on the left hand side of the screen
  • scroll down until you see Journal Title
  • click on More options to display a Refine Search box (see image below)
  • check the box under Include and beside Nature
  • click Continue
    • the entries will update to reflect your action

Identify additional articles on a topic in a specific journal by using one of our library databases. Ask a Librarian if you have questions. 

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