See Additional Scopus features for more information on using Scopus.
In Search for, enter your search term(s) or phrase(s).
|Note||Scopus finds variant spellings and matches Greek characters and their common American/British English variant spellings.
See Search tips for more search information and examples.
If necessary, you can add more text boxes.
Click Add search field to display another text box and select a field.
|Note||If your search includes more than one search term, you can type the terms and any operators in a single text box; you do not need to use multiple text boxes. For example, ganglia OR tumor AND NOT malignant. See Using Boolean operators for detailed information and examples.|
If you use more than one text box, select an operator from the drop-down list.
See Using Boolean operators for detailed information and examples.
|AND||Results must contain all your terms.
|OR||Results must contain either this term or the previous term.|
|AND NOT||Results must not contain this term.|
Use Date Range options to limit your search to a certain time period:
Select one or more Subject Areas to limit your search to certain subject areas.
To view a list of subjects in a Subject Area, move your cursor over the subject area name.