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However, we encourage you to reference our work so that others may benefit from it. We ask that if you reference our work, that you cite it. In other words, n accessing these resources--that represent a substantial amount of academic work product--we ask that you adhere to the "code of academic integrity" and agree to source and/or cite any derivative works. Here are a few examples of what that looks like:
- In a spoken engagement (courses, trainings, talks, keynotes, presentation, online video, etc.), say:
- "The Cabrera's Research suggests that...."
- "This image, from Cabrera Research Lab, shows us that..."
- In a written publication (blogs, published papers, books, formal or informal):
- Citation example: Cabrera, D., Cabrera, L., Cabrera, E. (2020). A Long Evolving Evidence-base and Literature Review of the Universal Patterns and Atomic Elements of Complex Cognition. Cabrera Research Lab. Ithaca, NY. Accessed on [DATE] at infobase.cabreraresearch.org/
- Heres a template you can cut and paste: (just fill in the all caps): Cabrera, D., Cabrera, L. (YEAR). TITLE. Cabrera Research Lab. Ithaca, NY. Accessed on DATE at URL