How do I access the Social Science Citation Index?
Overview. The SSCI citation database covers some 3,400 academic journals in the social sciences across more than 50 disciplines. It is made available online through the Web of Science service for a fee.
How do I find a specific author on PubMed?
To search by author using the search builder, click Advanced search and then select Author from the All Fields menu. The author search box includes an autocomplete feature. You may click an author link on the abstract display to execute a search for the author in PubMed.
How do you find the author’s citation index?
To find an author’s h-index in WOS:
- Enter the name of the author in the top search box (e.g. Smith JT). Select Author from the drop-down menu on the right.
- Click on Search.
- Click on Citation Report on the right hand corner of the results page. The H-index is on the right of the screen.
How do I find my citations on PubMed?
You can view Cited By links by looking at the bottom of a reference when your results are displayed in abstract view. The full record of an individual article also contains a list of Cited by articles.
Is Social Sciences Citation Index ISI?
Web of Science (ISI) Multidisciplinary index to journal literature in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities. Offers the option to find cited references, which are the authors lists of articles used in their research.
What is the difference between SCI and SSCI?
SCI, SCIE and SSCI are three different databases of academic journals maintained in the Web of Science Master Journal List operated by Clarivate Analytics. SCIE is the expanded form of SCI which is also included some social sciences journals. Whereas, SSCI deals with social sciences journals.
How do you find the author of Web of Science?
Searching for an Author Record An author’s Web of Science ResearcherID or ORCID ID.. By default, Name Search is selected; click the drop-down arrow and select Author Identifier if you want to search for an author’s Web of Science ResearcherID or ORCID.