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Citation Guide

We suggest the following citation formats for content on the Schizophrenia Research Forum, based on the AMA Manual of Style, published by the American Medical Association. In general, content published in a Web site is cited using the following style:

The name of the author, the name of the Web page, the name of the entire website, the full date of the page (if available), and the date of access.*

*The date of access should reflect the date that the author examined and quoted the data from source.

Except for copyediting errors, the SRF does not alter published news articles and comments.

Below are examples of how to cite:

A News Article
Hakon Heimer. A Burden on the Heart—Schizophrenia and Coronary Heart Disease. Schizophrenia Research Forum. December 23, 2005. Available at: Accessed January 3, 2006.
A Live Discussions Transcript
Identifying Phenotypes and Endophenotypes in Schizophrenia (Psychosis) Research. Schizophrenia Research Forum. January 10, 2006. Available at: Accessed February 1, 2006.
A Comment on a Paper
Comment by A Grace on: Floresco SB, Ghods-Sharifi S, Vexelman C, Magyar O. Dissociable roles for the nucleus accumbens core and shell in regulating set shifting. J Neurosci. 2006 Mar 1; 26(9):2449-57. April 19, 2006. Available at:{C30C9515-BFFB-4E07-B69D-C632C8F8C584} Accessed April 20, 2006.
A Comment on a News Article
Comment by T Gould on: Tom Fagan. A New Link between Serotonin and Depression. Schizophrenia Research Forum. January 12, 2006. Available at: Accessed March 11, 2006.