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This is a slightly modified version of the namedplus style, which fully conforms with the Journal of Physiology citation style.
Last modified 2009 Jan 28 by Matthias Hennig (mhhennig@gmail.com)

version = 1.00 of jphysiol.bst 2009 Jan 28

Use the following citation macros:
\cite, \citeauthor, \citeyear, \citenoparens, and \citetext \citenoparens

The references are created as a full list of authors (year) and then the standard rest of the stuff, e.g:

Hubel DH & Wiesel TN (1962). Receptive Fields, binocular interaction, and functional architecture in the cat's visual cortex. J Physiol 160, 106-154.

Koch C (1999). Biophysics of Computation: Information Processing in Single Neurons. Oxford University Press.

Ă“dor G (2004). Universality classes in nonequilibrium lattice systems. Rev Mod Phys 76, 663-724.

The journal/book title is in itaclics, and the journal volume in boldface, as required. This has not been fully checked, let me know if you find errors.

This is a modified version of the namedplus style by:
A. David Redish		adr@nsma.arizona.edu
Post-doc		http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dredish
Neural Systems, Memory and Aging, Univ of AZ, Tucson AZ

The ``named'' bibliography style creates citations with labels like
these labels are processed by the following commands:
		which produces citations with both author and year,
		enclosed in parens.
		which produces citations with year only,
		enclosed in parens
		which produces the author information only
		which produces the year information only
		which produces Author (Year)
		which produces Author, Year

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jphysiol – style for the Journal of Physiology

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