Discovering ZotPress

I just ran across this plugin that looks amazing for generating bibliographies. It’s ZotPress. Here should be the Brainwashing collection from my Cults group library in Zotero, presented in ASA format:

Bromley, David G., and others. 2001. "A tale of two theories: brainwashing and conversion as competing political narratives." Misunderstanding Cults 318–48.
Cartwright, Robert H., and Stephen A. Kent. 1992. "Social control in alternative religions: a familial perspective." Sociological Analysis 53(4):345–61. doi: 10.2307/3711432. Download Download
Dawson, Lorne L. 2006. “Are Converts to New Religious Movements ‘Brainwashed’?” Pp. 95–124 in Comprehending cults: the sociology of new religious movements. New York: Oxford University Press.
Dawson, Lorne L. 2009. “The ‘Brainwashing’ Controversy.” Pp. 143–46 in Cults and new religious movements: a reader. Wiley-Blackwell. Download
Freed, Josh. 1982. Ticket to Heaven. New York: MGM/UA Home Video.
Kent, Stephen A. 2001. Brainwashing Programs in The Family/Children of God, and Scientology, În Misunderstanding Cults: Searching for Objectivity in a Controversial Field. Edited by Benjamin Zablocki and Thomas Robbins. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.
Pitts, Jesse R., Ron Rorerts, Richard Fairfield, Robert Houriet, Rosabeth M. Kanter, and Benjamin Zablocki. 1973. On communes. JSTOR.
Robbins, Thomas. 1982. “Deprogramming, Brainwashing and the Medicalization of Deviant Religious Groups.” Social Problems 29(3):283.
Zablocki, Benjamin. 1997. "The blacklisting of a concept: The strange history of the brainwashing conjecture in the sociology of religion." Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 1(1):96–121. Download
Zablocki, Benjamin D. 1998. "Reply to Bromley." Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 1(2):267–71.
Zablocki, Benjamin D. 1998. "Exit cost analysis: a new approach to the scientific study of brainwashing1." Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 1(2):216–49.
Zablocki, Benjamin, and others. 2001. "Towards a demystified and disinterested scientific theory of brainwashing." Misunderstanding Cults: Searching for Objectivity in a Controversial Field 159–214.
Zablocki, Benjamin, and Thomas Robbins. 2001. Misunderstanding cults: Searching for objectivity in a controversial field. Toronto; Buffalo; London: University of Toronto Press.

And my own publications from the Dead Sea Scrolls group library, in SBL format:

Hare, Laura. "Review of The Verbal System of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Tense, Aspect, and Modality in Qumran Hebrew Texts, written by Ken M. Penner." Dead Sea Discoveries 25.2 (2018): 282–84. https://doi.org/10.1163/15685179-12341471.
Pajunen, Mika S., and Jeremy Penner. Functions of Psalms and Prayers in the Late Second Temple Period. Beihefte Zur Zeitschrift Für Die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 486. De Gruyter, 2017.
Penner, Ken M. “In the Presence of Poetry: Second Temple Hebrew Poetics.” M.A. thesis, McMaster University, 2001.
Penner, Ken M. “Realized or Future Salvation in the Hodayot.” Journal of Biblical Studies 2.1 (2002).
Penner, Ken M. “Verbal System, History of the Research.” Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics 3:918–21.
Penner, Ken M. "Did the Midrash of Shemihazai and Azael Use the Book of Giants?" Pages 15–45 in Sacra Scriptura: How "Non-Canonical" Texts Functioned in Early Judaism and Early Christianity. Edited by James H Charlesworth and McDonald, Lee Martin. Jewish and Christian Texts 20. London: Bloomsbury, 2014.
Penner, Ken M. “Dead Sea Scrolls.” The Oxford Dictionary of the Books of the Bible, 173–92.
Penner, Ken M. “Verb Form Semantics in Qumran Hebrew Texts: Tense, Aspect, and Modality between the Bible and the Mishnah.” Ph.D. dissertation, McMaster University, 2006.
Penner, Ken M. “Citation Formulae as Indices to Canonicity in Early Jewish and Early Christian Literature.” Pages 62–84 in Jewish and Christian Scriptures: The Function of “Canonical” and “Non-Canonical” Religious Texts. Jewish and Christian Texts 7. London / New York: T & T Clark, 2010.
Penner, Ken M. The verbal system of the Dead Sea scrolls: tense, aspect, and modality in Qumran Hebrew texts. Vol. 64 of Studia Semitica Neerlandica. Leiden: Brill, 2015. Download
Penner, Ken M. "Review: Jan Joosten and Jean-Sebastien Rey (Eds.), Conservatism and Innovation in the Hebrew Language of the Hellenistic Period: Proceedings of a Fourth International Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira ." Journal of Hebrew Scriptures 10 (2010): http://www.jhsonline.org/reviews/reviews_new/review477.htm. https://doi.org/DOI:10.5508/jhs.2010.v10.r51.
Penner, Ken M. "The Tree of Life in Enochic Literature." Pages 166–82 in The Tree of Life. Edited by Douglas Estes. Themes in Biblical Narrative 27. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
Penner, Ken M. "Philo's Eschatology, Personal and Cosmic." JSJ 50.3 (2019): 383–402.
"1 Enoch." The Online Critical Pseudepigrapha, 2006.
Penner, Jeremy, Ken Penner, and Cecilia Wassen, eds. Prayer and Poetry in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature: Essays in Honor of Eileen Schuller on the Occasion of Her 65th Birthday. Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 98. Leiden: Brill, 2011.
Penner, Ken M., Nicholas A. Meyer, and Rick Brannan. Lexham Dead Sea Scrolls Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible. Bellingham, Washington: Lexham Press, 2016.
Zilm, Jennifer. “Multi-Coloured Like Woven Works: Gender, Ritual Clothing and Praying with the Angels in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Testament of Job.” Pages 437–51 in Prayer and Poetry in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature: Essays in Honor of Eileen Schuller on the Occasion of Her 65th Birthday. Edited by Jeremy Penner, Ken M. Penner, and Cecilia Wassen. Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 98. Leiden: Brill, 2012.