Google Scholar Now Links to WEB OF SCIENCE
Citation Searches for many individual sources
found in Google Scholar search results for colleges
and institutions that are subscribers to
WEB OF SCIENCE.
This happens automatically on campus at Temple University.
Off campus, to have access to this feature, one CANNOT go
directly to Google Scholar and use it. One must go to
Temple University Library's list of databases and select
Google Scholar from that list. It will facilitate matters if on
the same internet browser, one has already logged into a
Temple proprietary database already. Once one has gone to
Google Scholar via the library database list, the
WEB OF SCIENCE link should appear in Google Scholar
Three Examples of Web of Science Links
in Google Scholar search results
Concussions in hockey: There is cause for concern
D GOODMAN, M GAETZ… - Medicine and science in …,
2001 - cat.inist.fr
Purpose: The purpose of the study was to document various
aspects of concussion in Canadian Amateur hockey including
demographics, causes, treatment, and prevention in order to
guide future recommendations on how to reduce injury.
Methods: A detailed ...
Cited by 134 Related articles All 5 versions Web of Science: 66 Cite Save
Effect of mouthguards on dental injuries and concussions
in college basketball. CR Labella, BW Smith, A Sigurdsson -
Medicine and science in …, 2002 - europepmc.org
PURPOSE: Dental injuries can be permanent and disfiguring.
They are also universally expensive to treat. Many dentists,
sports physicians, and athletic trainers recommend mouthguards
for athletes participating in certain competitive sports, including men's ...
Cited by 125 Related articles All 6 versions Web of Science: 65 Cite Save More
Concussions among United States high school and collegiate athletes
LM Gessel, SK Fields, CL Collins, RW Dick… - Journal of athletic …,
2007 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Abstract Context: An estimated 300 000 sport-related traumatic brain
injuries, predominantly concussions, occur annually in the United States.
Sports are second only to motor vehicle crashes as the leading cause of
traumatic brain injury among people aged 15 to 24 years. ...
Cited by 259 Related articles All 10 versions Web of Science: 149 Cite Save More