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Citations to articles from thousands of medical journals, including many articles on the treatment of communication disorders published in key journals. Includes all references and most content available in the (free) PubMed database.
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Answers to burning questions about citing obscure resources, and the "but why?" questions about APA style, 7th ed. Also links to 6th edition blog of guidance and tips on citing sources like Tweets, discussion posts, online video clips, websites. The 6th ed. blog also contains guidance on in-text citations and footnotes vs. reference lists.