Citing a Scholarly Journal Article
- Last name first followed by initials
- Italicize journal name and volume number
- Upper case for first letter of article title and subtitle, all other words, except proper nouns, should be lower case
- First and last page number of article
- Issue number, season, or month, are necessary only if journal is paginated by issue (See below)
Kakhnovets, R. (2011). Relationships among personality, expectations about counseling, and help-seeking attitudes. Journal of Counseling & Development, 89, 11-19.
- List in order of appearance on title page
- Use commas to separate authors
- Use ampersand before last author
Logan, C., & Johnstone, L. (2010). Personality disorder and violence: Making the link through risk formulation. Journal of Personality Disorders, 24, 610-633.
Three to Seven Authors
Wade-Galuska, T., Galuska, C. M., & Winger. G. (2011). Effects of daily morphine administration and deprivation on choice and demand for remifentanil and cocaine in rhesus monkeys. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 95, 75-89.
More Than Seven Authors
- List first six authors
- Add ...
- List the last author
Poljac, E., Simon, S., Ringlever, L., Kalcik, D., Groen, W. B., Buitelaar, J. K., ... Bekkering, H. (2010). Impaired task switching performance in children with dyslexia but not in children with autism. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 401-416.
Journal paginated by issue, not by volume
Tell, D. (2004). Burke's encounter with ransom: Rhetoric and epistemology in "Four Master Tropes." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 34(4), 33-54.
Please refer to the Publication Manual for further information on citing scholarly journal articles