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How should references be formatted? Which journal style should I chose when using Endnote etc.

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    Robin Kok

    Hi Gunther,

    Currently (June 2017) The 'official' Mendeley style is still not working properly (Mendeley for Windows 1.17.10). Out of the box, it gives bibliographic references as:

    1. Kok RN, van Straten A, Beekman ATF, Cuijpers P. Short-Term Effectiveness of Web-Based Guided Self-Help for Phobic Outpatients: Randomized Controlled Trial. J Med Internet Res [Internet] 2014 Sep 29 [cited 2014 Sep 29];16(9):e226. PMID:25266929

    I've tried my own 'hacked' version you link to, and it gives this:

    1. Kok RN, van Straten A, Beekman ATF, Cuijpers P. Short-Term Effectiveness of Web-Based Guided Self-Help for Phobic Outpatients: Randomized Controlled Trial. J Med Internet Res. 2014;16(9):e226. PMID: 25266929

    Which seems more correct. It should also work in Zotero, as I think Mendeley and Zotero can work with the same citation templates.

    Cheers,

    Robin

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