1. Author First Name/Initial Surname, "Title of Page," Title or Owner of
Site, date last modified or accessed, URL.
2. Author Surname, "Title of Page."
Author Surname, First Name or Initials. "Title of Page." Title or Owner of Site. Date last modified or accessed. URL.
1. K. A. Johnson and J. A. Becker, "The Whole Brain Atlas," Harvard University
Medical School, accessed April 29, 2011, http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/.
2. Johnson and Becker, "The Whole Brain Atlas."
Johnson, K. A., and J. A. Becker. "The Whole Brain Atlas." Harvard University
Medical School. Accessed April 29, 2011. http://www.med.harvard.edu
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