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Neuroscience: Writing & Citing

Council of Science Editors citation guide

Excerpts from the online citation guide at the Univ of Wisconsin Writing Center

Writing Handbooks and Tips

RefWorks

ProQuest RefWorks is a citation management tool that helps researchers gather, manage, store and share information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies in a wide variety of styles.  Extensive tutorials are available.  The Write-N-Cite plugin allows you to cite sources while creating a paper in either Word or Google Docs, automatically building your cited references list as you write.

Sciwheel (formerly F1000Workspace)

This reference and paper management tool integrates very well with PubMed.  Usage is limited to senior majors in Neuroscience, or others conducting research in collaboration with Neuroscience faculty.  Register while on campus: https://sciwheel.com/

When off-campus, use the EZproxy access or login to VPN.