This quick guide provides examples of common citation format in AMA (American Medical Association) Style. For complete citation information, please come to the library to check the book, American Medical Association Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors, 10th ed., 2007. You can find the style manual in the CVM Library or in the Research Services Department, on the 2nd floor of the Mitchell Memorial Library. In-Text Citations Use superscript numbers to cite material, e.g., 1 The superscript number is inserted into the document immediately next to the fact, concept, or quotation being cited. If a reference is used many times in one paper, use AMA Study Materials the same number throughout. See the In-Text Citations tab for more information. References Number references consecutively with arabic numerals in the order in which they are cited in the text. If the citation extends to a second line, do NOT indent (as in APA). Journal titles are abbreviated and in italics. Use PubMed abbreviations for journal titles.See Journals referenced in the NCBI Databases. If no PubMed journal abbreviation exists, use standard abbreviations in the AMA Manual of Style to construct an abbreviated title. Single word titles, such as Pediatrics, are not abbreviated. In journal titles, capitalize all major words (Do not capitalize the, an, a, in, for, or but, unless this word begins the title.
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