Even the smartest reference software needs some hand editing help. Here is the bibtex file I used for my thesis. At least the ~200 papers I cite in my thesis are correct. It could be a useful starting point for anyone using a reference manager. The best way to add papers is to find it in google scholar, click cite, click bibtext. Then copy and paste it into this file which you have opened in a plain text editor.
Here it is (you may need to remove the .txt):