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Finding articles from citations


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Finding articles from citations

  1. 1. Step One <br />Find a citation<br />
  2. 2. Step Two<br />Read the Citation<br />
  3. 3. Practice<br />Copyright © 2009 Landes Bioscience<br />The biological and cultural foundations of language<br />Morten H Christiansen, 1 Nick Chater,2 and Florencia Reali3<br />1. Chomsky N. Rules and Representations. Oxford: Blackwell; 1980.<br />4. Chater N, Reali F, Christiansen MH. Restrictions on biological adaptation in language evolution. Proc NatlAcadSci USA. 2009;106:1015–1020. [PubMed]<br />12. Gray RD, Atkinson QD. Language-tree divergence times support the Anatolian theory of Indo-European origin. Nature. 2003;426:435–439. [PubMed]<br />16. "Restrictions on biological adaptation in language evolution" in Proc NatlAcadSci U S A, volume 106 on page 1015.<br />
  4. 4. Step Three<br />Find the Article<br />Step 3A <br />Go to GALILEO’s Journals A-Z tab,<br />Choose either <br />Find Journals or <br />Find Cited Articles<br />
  5. 5. Step Four<br />Keep Going!<br />Find your journals, then the databases that have fulltext access to that journal<br />
  6. 6. Step Five<br />Drill down until you reach your article<br />Remember to keep your citation available until you have a full text copy of the article, you’ll need the citation to locate the specific article!<br />