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Neuroscience and Neurobiology: Organizing Your Research

Guide for undergraduate neuroscience majors and researchers highlighting science and social science resources

Bibliographic Management Programs

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  • EndNote
    Software designed to collect and organize research (among other things); compatible with EndNote Web. Yale University has EndNote available to students, faculty, and staff for free. The desktop version (recommended) is a download from the ITS Software Library (look in the Software & Technology tab). 
  • Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research
  • Web-based tool available through the Yale University Library databases; free access to all Yale affiliates; ability to work off-line as well.
  • Zotero
    Free, web-based tool that works as a plug-in within Firefox. Zotero also has a desktop client that works well on all platforms.
     
    For information on EndNote, EndNote Web, Mendeley, RefWorks, and Zotero, see the library's Citation Management subject guide.

 

 

 

Gwyneth Crowley - Librarian for Economics, Psychology and Statistics & Data Science

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Gwyneth Crowley
Contact:
Marx Science and Social Science Library
Kline Tower/Concourse
Office - # C43
203-432-3213
Contact: Twitter Page

Science Research Support Librarian - Life Sciences

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Lori Bronars
Contact:
219 Prospect St., PO Box 208111 New Haven, CT 06520-8111

Marx Science and Social Science Library | Yale University Library C38 Kline Tower
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203 432 6213