Using Google Scholar
Google Scholar Preferences is the place to go to tailor the research to the user's needs. Information seekers can browse the database by choosing the language of the documents to find, the library to consult, the number of results, whether to show citations import links and even if results should open in a separate page.
Other than regular search options, Google Scholar offers comprehensive Advanced Search browsing options, which can automatically narrow search results to a specific journal or article; thus, making it especially helpful to narrow the number of results to those relevant to a specific journal or article.
It's possible, in fact, to narrow the search results by looking for specific words or combination of words, by author, date, subject area or publication. Boolean operators are supported too. Users can ask google scholar to include (~ezentity_quot+ezentity_quot~) or exclude ("-") a particular word in the search, search for a word only in the title ("intitle:"), or exclude one of two search terms ("OR"). For more details, users can find it here at http://scholar.google.com/scholar/refinesearch.html.