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In an effort to simplify journal referencing, as long as the journal reference provides enough bibliographic information for the article to be located, other elements no longer need to be included, for example [Online], database title and URL.
In their review of the literature (Knapik, Cosio-Lima & Reynolds, 2015)…
Knapik, J. J., Cosio-Lima, L. M., and Reynolds, K. L. (2015). ‘Efficacy of functional movement screening for predicting injuries in coast guard cadets’, The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29 (5), pp. 1157-1162.