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Recommended Databases for Evolutionary Anthropology   Tags: anatomy, biological anthropology, evolutionary anthropology, primates  

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Search Web of Science Core Collection, BIOSIS Citation Index, Zoological Record, and Medline simultaneously by selecting the "All Databases" option in Web of Science

  • Web of Science
    Covers journals from all major scientific disciplines including back to 1898. Tracks citations so users can see which papers are having an impact on the literature.
  • Scopus
    Another comprehensive scholarly database with citation mapping.
  • PrimateLit
    Covers articles, books, reports, and dissertations on primatology going back to 1940. PLEASE NOTE: The database is no longer being updated as of November 30, 2010.
  • PubMed
    Covers clinical and basic research journals in the life sciences. Employs MeSH terms (subject terms) that allow users to focus their searches.
  • BIOSIS Citation Index
    Covers journals, proceedings, books, and reports in the life sciences back to 1926. Tracks citations, as in Web of Science, and offers enhanced taxon name searching and browsing.
  • Zoological Record
    Covers all aspects of the zoological literature back to 1864.
  • Faculty of 1000 Biology
    Highlights and reviews the most important papers published in biology as chosen by leading scientists in the field.

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