This self-paced tutorial will lead you through a detailed step-by-step process on how to find the three articles you need for your assignment for this class.
[example 1] [example 2]
Winners of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
Conduct an author search in the recommended databases to find articles written by Nobel Prize winners.
Often cited articles in review articles or in literature reviews of primary research articles.
[Review vs. Research Articles]
Highly cited articles in the biology/physiology literature, as indicated in Google Scholar.
Web of Science
Thousands of journals covering the life sciences spectrum. The full database Biological Abstracts is included in Web of Science.
A comprehensive scholarly database that covers the life, social, physical, and health sciences.
A good option for looking up articles and seeing how many times they have been cited..
Covers more than 1000 Elsevier Science journals in the life, physical, medical, technical, and social sciences.
Full text access to back issues of a wide range of scholarly journals, including biological, zoology, health, and botany & plant sciences.
If you are looking for a specific article and have some or most of its citation information, use our Citation Linker form to see if Wayne State has it in print or electronic format.
You can also search for the article by title in our QuickSearch or Summon search tools. Both of these search tools are available on the library's home page.