Google Scholar Citations Profile

What is Google Scholar Citations

Google Scholar Citations is a way for authors to keep track of citations to publications indexed in Google Scholar.

What It Is Used for

By creating a profile in Google Scholar Citations, you will be able to:

  • See who is citing your publications.
  • Differentiate between publications to ensure that the correct ones are assigned as yours.
  • Curate and add additional titles to the profile bibliography, which will increase the visibility of your publications.

How to Create a Profile

  1. Go Google Scholar to and sign in with your Google account.
  2. Enter your name, affiliation, and research interests.
  3. Select your publications from the suggestion list.
  4. Choose how new publications will be added to your profile, either automatically or manually.

For more details on how to set up a profile, see Google's FAQ.

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