AMA style is a format developed by the American Medical Association to standardize biomedical writing. It is internationally recognized and used throughout disciplines in the health sciences. The library provides students and faculty complete access to the print and online editions of the AMA Manual of Style.
In-text citations are used when a source is referred to in the body of a paper. AMA uses a superscript number format.
91% of participants reported that they had eaten at least one meal prepared away from home in locations such as restaurants, fast-food places, grocery stores, cafeterias, or from vending machines during the past 7 days.1
A list of sources cited is included at the end of a paper on a separate page. Title the page "References" (top, center). Arrange sources in numerical order.
Author(s). Title. Journal Name. Year;volume(issue No.):inclusive pages. URL. Published [date]. Updated [date]. Accessed [date].
Garza KB, Ding M, Owensby JK, Zizza CA. Impulsivity and fast-food consumption: A cross-sectional study among working adults. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2016;116(1):61-68. doi:10.1016/j.jand.2015.05.003.