Reference lists should be arranged alphabetically by the first author's last name for each entry. List each author in the order that they appear in the work. Include first names and initials provided.
Two to ten authors, list them all:
More then ten authors, only list the first seven followed by et.al.:
Multiple works by the same author, assign an a, b, c, and so on to works published in the same year, and list other works oldest to newest:
Include the year of publication following author information:
If no date is given, include (N.d.) in place of a date:
Titles of works come after the publication date.
Capitalize All Main Words in the Titles of Works (also known as title case):
Titles of works that are published as complete works, like book titles, journal titles, or newspaper titles, should be italicized:
Publisher information such as the name of a journal/issue/volume, website or book publisher, follows the title of a work in a citation.
For books/eBooks, include the place of publication (city and province/state abbreviation if not widely known) and publisher. If multiple places are listed, only include the first one:
For books/eBooks published outside of North America, include the city and country:
Include a DOI at the end of a citation, if provided. These permanent links are commonly noted on the first page of journal articles, and in the front matter of eBooks.
Present DOIs as links starting with https://doi.org/ . . . (see example below), or followed by doi: (e.g., doi:10.1080/17496535.2017.1293118).
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If available online without a DOI, include a link to the source:
If not available online, do not include a link: