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In-text Citation Those who advocate the “genesis strategy” would have the world store up food in preparation for future climatic changes (Schneider, 1976b).
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In-text Citation If you refer to multiple works in the same citation, list the authors in alphabetical order, and include the dates of the studies you cite. Use semi-colons to separate different sources. Several studies (Bassuk & Gerson, 1978; Miller, 1977; Thompson, 1980) blamed society for the plight of homeless mental patients.
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In-text Citation When you cite a work discussed in a secondary source, identify the original work, but use the secondary source in your in-text citation and the list of references. Seidenberg and McClelland’s study (as cited in Coltheart, Curtis, Atkins, & Haller, 1993)…
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In-text Citation The corresponding entry in the References section is as follows:
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SAMPLE IN-TEXT CITATIONS A Work by Two Authors: if a source has two authors , cite them in the order in which their names appear on the source material (not necessarily in alphabetical order). Use an ampersand (&) in parenthetical citation but write out the word and ” if you mention the authors’ names in your text : Ex-mental patients released from institutions but given no follow-up care will almost surely fail to cope with the stresses of living on their own (Bassuk & Gerson, 1978). Bassuk and Gerson (1978) held out little hope for ex-mental patients who are released from institutions but are given no follow-up care.
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SAMPLE IN-TEXT CITATIONS A Work by Multiple Authors: if a cited work has between three and five authors , use all the last names in your first citation . In subsequent citations , use the first author’s name and “et al.” which means “and others .” If a book has more than five authors, use the first author’s name and “et al.” even in the first reference.
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SAMPLE IN-TEXT CITATIONS Remember to include a period after the abbreviation (et al.): In one study, the IQs of adopted children were found to correlate more closely with the IQs of their biological mothers than with those of their adoptive mothers (Horn, Loehlin, & Wellerman, 1975)….Later studies have challenged the genetic view advanced by Horn et al. (1975) by citing, among other things, selective placement on the part of adoption agencies.
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SAMPLE IN-TEXT CITATIONS A Work by a Corporate, Institutional, or Governmental Author: include the full name of the identifying author (e.g., American Red Cross) in your text or in parentheses, followed by its abbreviation, in brackets, year of publication, and page number(s), if appropriate.
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SAMPLE IN-TEXT CITATIONS There are three types of oxygen deprivation (American Red Cross, 1974). Clearly, it is of paramount importance to stop the spread of mosquito-borne diseases (Department of Health and Human Services [DHHS], 1986, p. 25). Note: For additional citations for the same source as above, use only the abbreviation and the date: (DHHS, 1986).
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SAMPLE IN-TEXT CITATIONS A Work with No Author Identified or a Work Listed by Title: when you cite a work with an unknown author , such as a pamphlet or an unsigned newspaper article, identify it by full or shortened title and date: There are questions people can ask themselves if they suspect their drinking has gotten out of hand (Alcoholism, 1986).
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