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Citing Your Sources

References List

In the AMA Style, you list all the sources you used in the creation of your paper or project at the end of your paper. It is called "References List".

Keep in mind that every work on your References list at the end of your paper must have a corresponding in-text citation. Otherwise, your reader has no way of knowing how you used your sources.  

List the references numerically in the order the in-text citations appear within the text of your paper. The superscript number you use to identify a source of information within the text of your paper should match the number of the corresponding reference in the list at the end of your paper.

Below are resources to help you create the References section of your paper or project.