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Cited references are a feature on many databases.
For example, EBSCO databases, ScienceDirect and
MathSciNet all include cited references.
A citation alert notifies you by email when a selected article is cited by another article. Citation Alerts can be set up in Scopus, ScienceDirect and Google Scholar.
Cited reference searching enables you to find articles that have cited a particular author, article or book. Cited reference searching is useful to:
Use one of the following databases:
Scopus is a multidisciplinary database covering sciences and social sciences.
Google Scholar search results have a "cited by" link in the search results that can be used to find articles which have referenced a particular paper. It is also possible to search through the cited references using relevant keywords.