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Health & Exercise Science: Cite a Source

Citation Style Guides

AMA Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors, 10th edition

  • Reference Desk, 4th Floor Wilson Wing: R119 .A533 2007 (in library use only)
  • ZSR Main Stacks, Reynolds 6: R119 .A533 2007 (may be checked out)
  • Online: American Medical Association (AMA)

Additional citation styles, guides, and resources can be found on our Citation & Style Guides page.


Ready, Set, Zotero!

About Zotero

Zotero is a powerful all-in-one tool for collecting, managing, and citing research sources. Beyond its almost magical citation–grabbing features, Zotero allows you to save, organize, and share references, and you can easily insert properly formatted citations and bibliographies directly into papers using Zotero’s add-ins for Microsoft Word or LibreOffice. It's an essential tool for anyone doing academic research and writing. You'll never do bibliographies the same way again!

Recognizing & Avoiding Plagiarism

What is Plagiarism?

Many people think of plagiarism as the simple copying of someone else’s words with the intent of passing them off as one’s own. While that is certainly a type of plagiarism, it is by no means the definition of it.

Plagiarism is a kind of intellectual theft, but rather than being a black-and-white issue, plagiarism comes in various shades of gray. Instances of plagiarism can range from the accidental misuse of a punctuation mark to the willful purchasing of a prepared essay – all instances of plagiarism, however, are in violation of the honor system.

What Plagiarism Looks Like

We designed this tutorial to expose you to what plagiarism looks like in various contexts so you can use sources more responsibly in your own writing.

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