Neuroscience citation format varies. Consult your instructor or the publication you are writing for. Common citation format resources are listed below. For an overview of more common formats check the WSU Citation Style Quick Guide.
EndNote Most WSU subscribed scholarly databases will seamlessly export citations to EndNote. Endnote is available in two versions:
Remember that you also need to install the Cite-While-You-Write plug-in in your word processing software (Word, Google docs, etc.). If you are using a Mac, you will need to set your CiteWhileYouWrite Preferences in Word under Tools>EndNote>CiteWhileYouWrite Preferences>Application>Chose EndNote OR EndNote online.
Check Your Citations When you Import Them! Always make sure that all of the metadata from a citation has been saved, and save a permalink to the article (PMID, doi, or publisher provided) in the URL field.
1. Journal Authority
2. Article Authority
3. Author Authority
4. Citation statistics can vary with self-citing, type of article, discipline, etc. See Using Journal Citation Reports Wisely