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Search for TEDS Publications
This page provides functions for searching the database of TEDS publications.
This facility is provided for researchers who wish to discover specific areas of published
research in TEDS. Hence, the main search functions are related to domains of research,
not (for example) searches for author names or journals.
The database of TEDS publications includes papers in peer-reviewed academic journals,
presenting results from analysis of data collected from TEDS participants.
The database does not include, for example, papers written by
TEDS researchers that are not based on TEDS data.
Search titles by keyword
To search publication titles, enter a word or short phrase in the box below then click the button.
This will perform a search for publication titles containing the word or phrase exactly as entered (but not sensitive to capitals or lower case). The maximum allowed length of the word or phrase is 20 characters.
Search by research domains
The database of TEDS publications has been indexed by a selective list of research domain categories.
The list of domains used for indexing may be inspected using one of the drop-down-lists below.
The choice of domains used for indexing reflects the main categories of measures that have
been used to collect data, and the main areas of interest of TEDS researchers and collaborators
in published papers.
Each paper has been linked to a maximum of four research domains; some papers
have been linked to only one, two or three domains. In some cases, the chosen domain(s)
may be only a crude or imperfect match to the particular areas of research described
in a paper. Occasionally, for papers with very wide-ranging content, the limit of four
domains may be rather selective. However, the chosen domains provide in most cases a
reasonably accurate description of the main focus of the paper. If in doubt, try
repeated searches using alternative domains that might be relevant.
Use the controls below to search for papers linked to research domains.
To search for papers linked to a single domain, select the required domain in the
first drop-down-list, then click the button. To broaden the search, select two domains
using the two drop-down-lists and choose the "or" option, then click the button.
Alternatively, to perform a more specific search for papers involving a pair of given domains,
select two domains and choose the "and" option.
- Single domain. Select a research domain from the first list, then click the button.
This will find all papers linked to this domain.
- Broad search for either of two domains. Select two research domains, using both lists,
select the "OR" option, then click the button.
This will find all papers that are linked to either or both of the selected domains.
- Specific search for papers linking two domains.
Select two research domains, using both lists,
select the "AND" option, then click the button.
This will find all papers that are linked to both of the selected domains.
Search by origin
The database of TEDS publications has also been indexed by categories of origin, as follows:
- Sub-study (with sub-study name)
- Consortium (with consortium name)
- Meta-analysis or replication
Although to some extent these categories overlap, they are defined as follows.
TEDS papers are based on analysis carried out within the TEDS team at KCL.
This category excludes papers is more specific categories below.
Collaboration papers are based on analysis carried out by collaborators
external to TEDS (whether in KCL or elsewhere). Again, this excludes papers in other categories below.
Sub-study papers are based on analysis of data collected in a spin-off study
(administered independently of TEDS but using TEDS participants) or in a TEDS sub-study
(administered within TEDS but using a relatively small subsample of participants).
Consortium papers have been written by genetic consortium organisations
that have been joined by TEDS. They present results that are aggregated or replicated across
a number of studies.
Meta-analysis and replication may be similar in content to consortium papers,
presenting results that are combined or replicated across two or more studies (including TEDS),
but unlike a consortium they are one-off projects not part of a formal organisation.
To search for all papers indexed in one of these categories, select from the drop-down-list
then click on the button.