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A guide to citing books, print and online articles and websites for research purposes. Styles included: AMA, APA, Chicago/Turabian, ICMJE Recommendations, and MLA. Also features a guide to using RefWorks.
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The purpose of this LibGuide is to aid you in the citation of source materials for research purposes. Here we have assembled the most common methods of citation. While each style has its own primary use, your instructors will determine which method you use.

Use the tabs above or the links below to navigate to your citation style of choice:



The basic citation formats of the following organizations are included in this guide:

Also included is an overview of RefWorks, a web-based program designed to aid you in importing citations from available databases.


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Palmer College of Chiropractic is not responsible for the content of the external websites contained in this research guide. The views and opinions of the authors expressed in these external websites do not necessarily state or reflect those of Palmer College of Chiropractic.



Thank you to Courtney Averkamp and Kelley Keimig, who originally authored this guide. Their efforts are greatly appreciated!

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