My answer may be a bit elusive, but I manage in this manner:
search with PUBMED
display MEDLINE send to TEXT
the output is quer.fcgi file that is correctly imported into bibdesk
(double click on it) WITH THE EXCEPTION OF the style (misc instead of
Now, instead of editing every single reference, i have a script that
avoids spending useless time.
I will be pleased to send it to you if needed.
Merry Christmas to all.
Il giorno 23/dic/04, alle 13:06, Michael Kubovy ha scritto:
> ISI exports files that look as follows:
> FN ISI Export Format
> VR 1.0
> PT J
> AU Griffiths, TD
> Warren, JD
> TI What is an auditory object?
> SO NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
> AB Objects are the building blocks of experience, but what do we mean
> an object? Increasingly, neuroscientists refer to 'auditory
> yet it is not clear what properties these should possess, how they
> might be represented in the brain, or how they might relate to the
> familiar objects of vision. The concept of an auditory object
> challenges our understanding of object perception. Here, we offer a
> critical perspective on the concept and its basis in the brain.
> PD NOV
> PY 2004
> VL 5
> IS 11
> BP 887
> EP 892
> UT ISI:000224785500018
> PT J
> AU Bedford, FL
> TI Analysis of a constraint on perception, cognition, and development:
> object, one place, one time
> SO JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
> AB It has become increasingly common for theories to rely on a
> that 1 object cannot be in more than 1 place at the same time.
> suggests that a 1 object-1 place-1 time constraint as literally
> is false, that a modified constraint is biased toward the visual
> modality, that it may not be a correct description of the physical
> world, is not true of how objects must appear on sensory surfaces,
> does not mean that 2 simultaneous spatially separated samples must
> interpreted as 2 different objects, even for vision. However, once
> object numerosity or identity is determined in some other way, then
> modified constraint can be used to trigger learning, such as prism
> adaptation. A far-removed implication is that "Where is an object?"
> be a misleading question.
> PD OCT
> PY 2004
> VL 30
> IS 5
> BP 907
> EP 912
> UT ISI:000224033000008
> How to import into bibdesk?
> Professor Michael Kubovy
> University of Virginia
> Department of Psychology
> USPS: P.O.Box 400400 Charlottesville, VA 22904-4400
> Parcels: Room 102 Gilmer Hall
> McCormick Road Charlottesville, VA 22903
> Office: B011 +1-434-982-4729
> Lab: B019 +1-434-982-4751
> Fax: +1-434-982-4766
> WWW: http://www.people.virginia.edu/~mk9y/
Daniele Pontillo, MD, FANMCO
Belcolle Hospital, Viterbo, Italy
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal
- Thomas Jefferson