Click Search History in the top left-hand corner to view your searches and the number of results for each one.
You can use the Search History to:
Standard notation used in the Search History can help you determine the nature of each search line:
To combine searches, use the box(es) alongside each search line and click AND or OR. Your combined search forms a new line in the History. You can also remove searches by ticking the box(es) and clicking the Remove button at the bottom of the history panel.
You may find you wish to edit your search history, particularly where you are building up a complex search strategy. For example, you may need to edit a search term, such as by adding truncation (see textword searching), or to add or remove a search term.
AND retrieves articles which contain all of your concepts. For example, if you are interested in the use of cognitive behaviour therapy for gambling disorders, you would search for cognitive behaviour therapy AND gambling.
OR retrieves records which contain any of your concepts. For example, you might search for cognitive behaviour therapy OR CBT to retrieve all articles on the topic.