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ANT 455/585: Current Issues in Primate Behavior

Dr. Marcela Benitez, Spring 2022

Citing Your Sources

Ask Dr. Benitez which citation style you should use for your paper. Biological Anthropologists often use use the American Journal of Physical Anthropology Style, or the American Psychological Association Style (APA).

The Emory Libraries Citing Your Sources Guide provides information about why to cite sources, how to avoid plagiarism, how to avoid common mistakes, and a list of style manuals.

If you are not using a citation manager (e.g. MendeleyZotero, or EndNote), today is the day to start. The citation manager will automatically format your citations and bibliography, but don't forget to check it for accuracy!

The library offers workshops in Zotero and Endnote (upcoming classes).

Writing Center

Emory's Writing Center provides thoughtful one-on-one attention and feedback at any stage of the writing process.

Sessions with tutors are available by appointment or during walk-in hours.

Upcoming Library Workshops

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