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Citing: Citing

APA Crash Course, 7th edition


APA Style


APA Style, 7th edition

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association -- Reference Book

MLA Style

MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers -- Reference Book

Chicago Manual of Style

Chicago Manual of Style -- Reference Book

ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication

Citation Tools

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Crossref  FEATURED Citation Tool. Search the metadata of journal articles, books, standards, datasets & more. To cite, click on ACTIONS, then the style.

Find out about other citation tools; ex, EndNote (EndNote Basic), F1000Workspace (now Sciwheel), and ReadCube Papers.

Citation Styles -- What's the difference?

For in-text citations, APA emphasizes the author's name and date of publication; whereas, MLA emphasizes the author and the page number of the original text.

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