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Exercise Science: Citation Tools

A starting point for your Exercise Science research. Are we missing anything? Please let us know!

Style manuals and guides

AMA (American Medical Association) Manual of Style  Found on the SU library list of databases & e-resources.

Citing Medicine, 2nd edition.  The NLM (National Library of Medicine) Style Guide for Authors, Editors, and Publishers.  Since you will be citing primarily online sources, this section will be especially helpful:  Citing Material on the Internet.  

Interactive AMA Citation Style guide, developed by the Western New York Library Resources Council.

Locating journal title abbreviations

These sources will help you find abbreviations for journal titles.  They will also help you find complete journal titles when you have only the title abbreviations.

PubMed Single Citation Matcher Search by either complete journal title or abbreviation.

Web of Science journal abbreviations  Journal titles must be searched alphabetically.

Medical Journal Links  Search full journal titles here to locate their abbreviations. 

Plagiarism and Academic Integrity

SU Academic Integrity policy and procedures  

Avoiding Plagiarism  From Purdue University's Online Writing Lab.

Citation Managers

These online citation managers offer a convenient way to organize and keep track of your references.  

EasyBib   Free, automatic bibliography and citation maker.

Zotero    Another free, easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, cite, and share your research sources. 
 
NoodleTools   A comprehensive MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian bibliography composer with fully-integrated note-taking.
 
BibMe      An automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills.
 
 Caution:  No citation manager creates perfect citations. Check all your citations before submitting your work.