Cite Journal

Cite Journal

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Template documentation


This Citation Style 1 template is used to create citations to articles in magazines and journals and for academic papers.

If the work has any of the following identifiers, then one of these specific templates may be used:

  • DOI— {{cite doi}}
  • JSTOR— {{cite jstor}}
  • PubMed— {{cite pmid}}

Read more about Cite Journal:  Usage, Examples

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