Answered By: Kelly Blanchat
Last Updated: May 31, 2023     Views: 643

Q: How do I limit my search to keywords that appear in the title of articles in Google Scholar?
Answered by: Kelly Blanchat
By default, Google Scholar searches anything in its index, including in the article title, publication title, abstract, full text of the article, etc.
 
Search tips:
  • For a keyword search, try using the operator "intitle:" before your terms, e.g.: intitle:twombly, which will only return results where "twombly" is included in the title.
  • If you know the title of an article, put it in quotations, e.g.: "A History of the China Sea".
For more information, see the Google Scholar Help page: https://scholar.google.com/intl/en/scholar/help.html.

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