You can browse the list of terms, or enter a term in the find field and click Find Term to locate it.
When you have found a term you want to add to your search, select the operator to use when adding the term, and click Add to Search.
The terms listed in the Browse Topics list are based on terms found in the ProQuest thesaurus, a set of specialized terms used to categorize information in ProQuest. They are listed in alphabetical order, making it easy for you to browse them.
Scan the list for the term you want to use for your search.
Jump to terms starting with a particular letter by entering a letter or term in the Jump to box and clicking Go.
You can also search for a term. Enter the term in the box and select whether you want ProQuest to Suggest Topics or Look up Topics A-Z, then click Find Term.
If you reach the end of a page and haven't come to the term you want, you can use the Next and Previous links to move to another page.
When you've found the word you're looking for, click Add to Search to add the term to your current search, or click Narrow to narrow the search using related terms.
Click Narrow to narrow the search using related terms.
For example, if you are looking for information about air bags in General Motors vehicles you would use the Subjects list to find Air Bags. Then, click Narrow to view only those index terms that are related. In the narrowed list, you will see General Motors. Click Add to Search and ProQuest will display documents matching the focused search subject(air bags) AND company(general motors corp).
Once you have found a term, select the operator to use when adding the term to your search and click Add to Search.
You can add the terms you find to your search using AND, OR, or AND NOT.
You can filter your terms by categories:
You can switch to the Thesaurus by clicking Thesaurus at the top of the window.
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