User talk:Sunnylost19

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Again, welcome!  SandyGeorgia (Talk) 14:43, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Callous and unemotional traits[edit]

I've removed an edit you made to callous and unemotional traits because you replaced text that was sourced to a secondary review with text that was sourced to primary studies. The welcome template above gives a link to our medical sourcing guideline, and Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/2008-06-30/Dispatches may better help you understand how to locate secondary reviews with the PubMed search engine and how to distinguish them from primary studies.

I've added to the Further reading section of the article a list of newer reviews that can be incorporated into the article. On any citation in the article that has a link to "PMC", you can click on that to find free full text of the journal review is available. I think most of the secondary reviews on the topic are now listed either in the References or in the Further reading, so there are plenty of secondary reviews available for expanding the article. Regards, SandyGeorgia (Talk) 15:27, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Citation style[edit]

Once you've looked up PMIDs (PubMed identifiers), you can generate a citation consistent with the citation style used in CU traits (and most medical articles) by plugging the PMID into this citation filling template. SandyGeorgia (Talk) 15:15, 2 December 2013 (UTC)