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Finding Citation Counts

How can you determine how many times a particular article/study has been cited by others? Try searching for your article in one or more of these databases for starters.


Use EndNoteWeb to organize the citations that you gather in your research.  Create a free account here:

Find out more about the EndNote Citation Management program here:


Learn about Zotero, Mendeley, and other Citation tools:

Data & Statistical Sets resources

Databases for researching the literature in HHD

Where to start your research?  You might start with Web of Science as it's a very large, interdisciplinary database.  However, you may need to search your topic across several databases depending on the interdisciplinary nature of your topic and depending on how extensive of a literature review you're conducting.  Most research questions are also appropriate for exploring in the PSYCINFO behavioral sciences database.

Citation Style resources

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Statistical and nonstatistical significance: implications for health care researchers.

What is a Literature Review?

See this helpful resource on Literature Reviews from UNC-Chapel Hill:

WWW Resources