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Citation Styles

Learn why and how to cite sources in your research

Other Citation Styles

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There are hundreds of different citation styles apart from APA, MLA, and Chicago. The styles included below are some additional ones you may end up using depending on your major or discipline.

ACS Style

ACS style was developed by the American Chemical Society and is most often used by those in the chemistry field. The M.D. Anderson Library keeps a print copy of the latest ACS Style Guide at the Service Desk. Copies also available for check-out.

 

AIP Style

AIP Is the citation style developed by the American Institute of Physics. 

ASA Style

ASA Style was developed by the American Sociological Association and is used by researchers in Sociology. The M.D. Anderson Library keeps print copies of the latest ASA style manual at the Service Desk or you can view examples online. 

IEEE Style

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) citation reference is most often used by researchers in electrical and computer engineering.