Boolean Operators (And, Or, Not) combine search terms
to narrow or broaden results.
Wildcard (#): The “#” replaces any extra characters that
may appear in alternative spellings. For example, “colo#r”
finds both color and colour.
Wildcard (?): The “?” replaces one character, for example
“ne?t” finds neat, nest, or next, but will not find net.
Truncation (*): The “*” replaces any number of characters
and will find all forms of a word root, for example, “therap*”
finds therapy, therapies, therapist, therapists, therapeutic,
Default Field: automatically search Abstract, Author, Keywords, Source, Subjects, Table of Contents, Title, and Translated Title
AB Abstract: brief summary of the article
AF Author Affiliation: institutional affiliation of authors
KW Keywords: natural language terms describing document’s content
PB Publisher: organization/company that publishes the journal or book
TM Tests & Measures: indicates if a test is used in the study.