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This guide overviews the basics of the AMA citation style.
All information in this guide has been adapted from the AMA Manual of Style (11th edition, 2019).
- Anytime you incorporate someone else’s ideas into your own work, it is necessary to acknowledge the source of that idea
This is relevant to work such as papers/essays, lab reports, presentations, and posters
Acknowledging the ideas, work, or thoughts of others is the norm in academic writing