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Answered By: Lynn Haggard
Last Updated: Jan 14, 2015     Views: 1

You can take an article you already have and do a "google scholar" search by that title (putting the title in quotes).  If your title comes up from your search, then you can look to see if there is a "cited by" listed below your article title.  If you click on "cited by" you will see citations of the people who have cited your article.  Some of our online resources might also list "cited by" references (Web of Knowledge is a good one).  Here is a link to the box (a tutorial) within one of our research guides by subject (Athletic Training) on locating more up to date research on a topic using Google Scholar and Web of Science(Knowledge):

http://fhsuguides.fhsu.edu/c.php?g=74341&p=477633

Hope this helps.