By default, Find returns all publications that contain the words in the surnames of their author, in their titles, or in their years. For example,
- Maturana finds all publications authored by Maturana and publications that have "Maturana" in their title
- Maturana 1974 finds all publications authored by Maturana in 1974
You can directly search for a reference by copy-pasting it. For example,
Unless a word (or phrase) if prefixed with a minus (-) it must be present in all results. Examples:
Prefix with -
to indicate that this word must not be present in any result:
will find entries that have cognition
in the title but not biology
Enter the surname of an author and a year to find all publications the author wrote in that year:
presents all publications Ernst von Glasersfeld published in 1995.
to match any characters:
matches constructivism and constructivist.
Enclose phrases between double quotes "
to force phrase search:
"biology of cognition"
lists only the publications containing this phrase. Without the double quotes it will return all publications containing "biology" and all publications containing "cognition".
All the searches above match author names, titles and years. You can also address single fields:
Note there is no space after the colon.