Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database including peer-reviewed titles from international publishers, Open Access journals, conference proceedings, trade publications and quality web sources. Subject coverage includes: Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Engineering; Life and Health Sciences; Social Sciences, Psychology and Economics; Biological, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
Note: When Scopus counts citations, it is only counting citations from articles included in the Scopus database.
Searching in Scopus
On the Library homepage search for "Scopus" in Easy Search. A direct link to Scopus will be at the top of your search results.
When you get into Scopus, enter the information you have about the author or article. In the example we will search for "Quantum Measurement Problem" and change the drop down box to say "Article Title." Then click on "Add Search Field" to add another search box. In that one we will put the author's last name and first initial (Legget, A) and search by Author.
Check the results to be sure it has given you the correct article. Look to the right of the record for the number of times the article has been cited. Click on that number to see the list of articles that have cited it.
The final result is a list of articles that have cited the article.