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Psychiatry

Library resources to support research in addiction, brain aging, child psychiatry and child development, community mental health issues, obesity, neuroscience, schizophrenia, and trauma for the department of Psychiatry and The Child Study Center.

About EndNote, Mendeley, RefWorks, and Papers

EndNote, Mendeley, RefWorks, and Papers are programs for managing bibliographic citations. You can transfer groups of references retrieved from online databases into your personal library and create bibliographies in a variety of formats using MS Word and other word processors.

While EndNote is one of our most used programs, each one has different features, so it is important to select the best one to help you with your work. You can learn more about each of these programs, find out how to use them to download the full text of articles, and view a variety of tutorials and tips by checking out our Citation Management guide.

Downloading EndNote

Users with a Kerberos ID
NYU MCIT-managed Computers Mac users

 EndNote software is available through MCIT's Mac Software Downloads page. 

PC users

 EndNote software is available through MCIT's PC Software Portal.

For issues downloading Endnote, contact MCIT at: 212-263-6868.

Personal Computers

Mac users

 Login with your @nyulangone.org email & password to download the EndNote X9 or Endnote 20 Mac Installer: Access on Microsoft OneDrive

PC users

 Login with your @nyulangone.org email & password to download the EndNote X9 or Endnote 20 Windows Installer: Access on Microsoft OneDrive

For issues downloading Endnote for your personal computer, contact Clarivate technical support at https://support.clarivate.com/Endnote/

 

Users with a Net ID
   Download EndNote from the NYU Division of Libraries website with NetID and password.

 

Where to Publish

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