A Perfect Article Leads to More


Search, in Arts and Humanizes Citation Index, for the article you have read. 

 For example:

Neff, Amy. “The Pain of ‘Compassio’: Mary’s Labor at the Foot of the Cross.Art Bulletin 80: 2 (1998), 254-273.
References: 146 Times Cited: 10

You can, then, look up, in the record, the 146 references that Amy Neff cited for her article and, in turn, 10 articles that cited hers. The assumption is that these articles address related issues.


1. Not every single article is cited;
2. Influential articles are cited more often, naturally;
3. More recent articles take time to be cited.

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