Many databases give the full title of the journal in a citation, but some use only an abbreviation for the journal name. These online sources can be helpful to identify the full title of a journal from an abbreviation.
Multisubject Sites to Identify the Full Title of a Journal from an Abbreviation
Journal Abbreviation Sources is a registry of Web resources that list or provide access to the full title of journal abbreviations or other types of abbreviated publication titles (e.g., conference proceedings titles).
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