The Cite button makes it easy to retrieve styled citations that you can copy and paste into a document, or download an .nbib file to use with your reference manager software.
Using the Cite button for an item will open a pop-up window where you can copy the citation formatted in four popular styles: The most popular citation styles for nursing, social work and psychology is: APA (American Psychological Association). You can also download the citation as an .nbib file, which most bibliographic reference management software can import.
Note: In all citation styles, there are certain capitalization rules that machines cannot handle. For example, there is no way to identify proper nouns, acronyms, abbreviations, etc., that is 100% accurate and complies with all rules at all times. Capitalization of article titles and other citation elements should be checked for compliance with a particular reference style when required.
To export multiple citations: follow the instructions for saving citations as a text file and choose the format Summary (text) to save a list of citations in NLM style, or follow the instructions to export citations into your citation management software program.
Use Send to: Citation Manager to export citations as an .nbib file that can be used by many citation management programs:
You can also download an .nbib file for individual citations using the Cite button.
Questions regarding citation management software should be directed to the respective companies.