Answered By: Biomedical Library Last Updated: Jun 29, 2020 Views: 34
Answered By: Biomedical Library
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2020 Views: 34
There is no definite way to find everything that a particular author has ever published, but here are some tips:
- To find journal articles, start with an author search in PubMed. Type in the author last name first, followed by first initial, followed by [au]. For example, for Jean Alice Smith, use Smith JA[au]
- Other author search sources are: Web of Science and Scopus. They both incorporate Author searches: Just follow their instructions on the respective pages.
- For books, an author search in WorldCat would be a great place to start. WorldCat also indexes some book chapters.