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Biomedical Engineering: Using a Citation Style

Some Guides about Citation Styles

Citations for the Annals of Biomedical Engineering

For the Annals of Biomedical Engineering, the citation style for journals and books are defined explicitly in the Instructions for Authors section.

Citing an Image using APA

Images should have a credit line at the end of the caption. APA suggests that the image should be discussed in the text and cited. If the reproduction of a copyrighted image is not fair use, you would need to obtain permission from the copyright holder to use it. The reprinted with permission statement is not needed when it is fair use.

Citing Images – Examples

Citing an Image using Chicago Citation Style – Author Date

Images should have a credit line at the end of the caption, where parentheses are optional. If citing the source as a whole, use an in-text citation at the end of the credit line; otherwise, the citation should be contained in the credit line. If the reproduction of a copyrighted image is not fair use, you would need to obtain permission from the copyright holder to use it. Either way, do not forget to cite it.

Citing an Image using MLA

Images that have a credit line at the end of the caption are not required on the Works Cited page. If the reproduction of a copyrighted image is not fair use, you would need to obtain permission from the copyright holder to use it.

Citing Images – Examples

Is there Help when Formatting and Keeping Track of References?

Try a reference manager. All reference managers have advantages and disadvantages. Mostly, it is a matter of preference. For more information about reference managers, go to