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Library Research Guides

ANTHRBIO 368/PSYCH 338: Fall 2017

Resources for studying the social behavior of primates, including links to suggested resources and source citation help.

Library Contacts

Scott Martin
Shapiro Science Library

Jeff Martin
Hatcher Graduate Library

Jennifer Nason Davis
Hatcher Graduate Library

Hailey Mooney
Hatcher Graduate Library

Jo Angela Oehrli
Shapiro Undergraduate Library


Citation Styles

  There are many citation style guides.  All have one thing in common: to assist the author into organizing all references into a standard format.   This is not just for aesthetics, but also allows the author and the reader to easily differentiate one article from the other.

  All citation styles use the same information, but not always in exactly the same order.  However, the general convention is to arrange the list of references by first author.  All citations need to include the following information:

  Journal articles:
  Article title
  Journal title
  Issue number, page number(s), date

  Book title
  Place of publication
  Date of publication

Managing Citations


The library maintains a Citation Help guide that provides examples of various citation styles including MLA, APA, along with links to complete style manuals located in the libraries.


  Select How-to-Guides

smuts book

Primate Societies / edited by Barbara B. Smuts [et al]

Please note that both copies are currently on reserve at the Shapiro Undergraduate Library reserves shelves.  Call number is QL 737 .P9 P67441 1987



Cite Right

Cite right / : a quick guide to citation styles - MLA, APA, Chicago, the sciences, professions, and more, 2nd ed. / Charles Lipson.  First edition also available as an e-book.




How to write and illustrate scientific papers, 2nd ed. / Bjorn Gustavii




How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper ,  6th ed. / Robert A. Day & Barbara Gastel  (7th edition is available at the Art, Architecture and Engineering Library)








What is RefWorks?


RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management service. RefWorks allows users to create personal citation databases by importing references from text files or online databases. RefWorks features also facilitate manuscript preparation, allowing for automatic formatting of the paper and the bibliography.

RefWorks is similar in function to software products such as EndNote, Reference Manager, and ProCite. It differs in that personal databases are stored on the RefWorks server and can be accessed through the University Library institutional account from wherever the user happens to be. In addition, there is no charge for use to University of Michigan current faculty, staff and students.

 For more information, go to the RefWorks research guide  

How do I access RefWorks?


On Campus

To access RefWorks account on campus, you can go directly to RefWorks will recognize the IP address on your computer as U of M and the RefWorks User Login for the University of Michigan University Library window will appear.

Off Campus

If you are off campus and want to setup an account, you’ll need to go through the Search Tools page at:
Click on Find Databases then enter RefWorks in the Title search box. You’ll be asked to sign on using library authentication. 


How do I set up a RefWorks account?



Once you've gotten to the RefWorks login page, select Sign up for an individual account.

In the New User Information for University of Michigan Library screen, enter your Name, Login Name, Password, U of M E-mail address, Type of User, and Area of Focus, then click on Register. Once you’ve registered, a confirmation will be sent to your e-mail address. You’ll also receive periodic updates from RefWorks on enhancements and upgrades.

NOTE: It is recommended that you DO NOT use your UM Kerberos password, but select another password of your choice.