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Chicago Citation Style: Books (Print)

Citing Books

 

Basic Format for Book
 
Author LastName, FirstName. Year. Title of Work: Subtitle. (Location: Publisher).
 
√ Italicize title of work
 
One Author
 
In-Text Reference (with page numbers)
 
(Wolfberg 2009, 56-73)
 
Reference List
 
Wolfberg, Pamela J. 2009. Play and Imagination in Children with Autism. New York: Teachers College

Press.

 
Two Authors
 
√ Use and before last author √ Use commas to separate authors in Reference List
 
(Cytowic and Eagleman 2009, 25-42)
 
Reference List
 
Cytowic, Richard E., and David M. Eagleman. 2009. Wednesday is Indigo Blue: Discovering the

Brain of Synesthesia. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 
Three Authors
 
√ Use comas to separate authors
 
(Adams, Lundgren, and Wang 2008, 118)
 
Four or More Authors
 
(NSM et al. 2013, 147-149)
 
√ Use all authors names in Reference List.
 
Reference List
 
NSM (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation), Jeffrey A. French, Alan C. Kamil, Daniel W. Leger, and

Martin Daly. 2001. Evolutionary Psychology and Motivation. Lincoln, Neb: University of Nebraska Press.

 
√ Please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style for further information on citing books or parts of books
One Author
 
Note
 
3. Pamela J. Wolfberg, Play and Imagination in Children with Autism (New York: Teachers College Press, 2009), 56-73.
 
Bibliography
 
Wolfberg, Pamela J. Play and imagination in children with Autism. New York: Teachers College Press,

2009.

 
Two Authors
 
Note
 
18. Richard E. Cytowic, and David M. Eagleman, Wednesday is Indigo Blue: Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009), 25-42.
 
Bibliography
 
Cytowic, Richard E., and David M. Eagleman. Wednesday is Indigo Blue: Discovering the Brain of

Synesthesia. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009.

 
Edited Book One or More Editors
 
Note
 
23. Jodi A. Quas, and Robyn R. Fivush, eds., Emotions and Memory in Development: Biologocal, Cognitive, and Social Considerations (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009), 98.
 
Bibliography
 
Quas, Jodi A., and Robyn R. Fivush, eds., Emotions and Memory in Development: Biologocal,

Cognitive, and Social Considerations. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009.

 
Article or Chapter in an Edited Book
 
Note
 
12. Laurie Sperry, and Gary Mesibov, "Translating Early Intervention into Positive Outcomes," in Growing up with Autism: Working with School-age Children and Adolescents,eds. Robin L. Gabriels, and Dina E. Hill (New York, NY: Guilford Press, 2007), 227.
 
Bibliography
 
Sperry, Laurie, and Gary Mesibov. "Translating Early Intervention into Positive Outcomes," in Growing

up with Autism: Working with School-age Children and Adolescents., edited by Robin L. Gabriels, and Dina E. Hill, 223-246. New York, NY: Guilford Press, 2007.