In the boxes below, you will find information for citations in the following styles:
What is ASC Style?
Citation style, developed by the American Chemical Society, consisting of a reference list (full bibliographic information) and in-text citation (identifies where information was found for a particular sentence).
What is CSE Style?
The Council of Science Editors citation gives readers information needed to find your resources in the reference list and in-text references that show readers the sources that back your claims in a particular sentence. There are three systems of documentation used in CSE (Citation-sequence, Citation-name, and Name-year). Make sure to ask your instructor which system they prefer.
What is AMA Style?
Created by the editors of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), American Medical Association (AMA) style specifies writing and citation formats for scholarly works in medicine. The AMA Manual of Style was first published in 1963, and is currently in its 10th edition.
What is NLM Style?
Developed by the National Library of Medicine, NLM Citation Style is a standard in the medical and health sciences field. Many journals require NLM Style for article submissions. Citing Medicine, the NLM citation style guide, is a freely available digital resource.
NML Catalog: Journals referenced in the NCBI Databases (National Center for Biotechnology Information) This is a way to narrow your search to journals in the NCBI database. You will be able to find some full text articles for free.
What is AIP Style?
Format, established by the American Institute of Physics, that numbers references in the order they appear in the article. They are listed in this same order at the end of the paper.