You can use either. The ones with E! following them were added in a recent release and correspond to citation formats by Elizabeth Mills, respected in this area. In some cases they are similar or exactly alike the templates that already existed. They had to leave the old ones in though to be compatible with existing files of users. The choice of which one to use is up to you.
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