Often referred to as a "reverse search," the search above allows you to find an article working from a citation.
You may find yourself wanting to locate an article mentioned in an article you're reading. Use the in-text citation to locate the citation on the references list.
Identify the source in the text:
Use that to identify the source in the references list:
Use the citation to identify the journal in which the article was published.
Then, take the journal title, year, and volume and run a search in the Full Text Finder.
Use the information in the citation to chose the correct year and issue:
Locate the article in the issue list and chose the PDF or HTML to view the full text.