Yes, using an article as a search term in Google Scholar can help you find other related articles on the same topic. When you search for an article in Google Scholar, you will see a “Cited by” link under the article’s listing. Clicking on this link will show you a list of articles that have cited the original article.
This can be a useful way to find additional relevant articles, as articles that cite the original article are likely to be related to the same topic or research area. You can then read the abstracts or full texts of these citing articles to see if they provide any additional insights or information on the topic.
Additionally, Google Scholar also provides a feature called “Related articles,” which can be found under each article’s listing. This feature suggests other articles that are related to the article you searched for, based on the content of the articles and the citations they have received. This can also be a helpful way to find additional articles on a specific topic.