Brain of Synesthesia. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Use commas to separate authors(Horton, Hinton, and Kuhn 2021, 118)
Martin Daly. 2001. Evolutionary Psychology and Motivation. Lincoln, Neb: University of Nebraska Press.
Synesthesia. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009.
Cognitive, and Social Considerations. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009.
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.
The Chicago Style footnote system uses superscript numbers. These numbers should be placed at the end of the sentence (or clause) in which the cited material appears. Use your software's formatting menu to change the number to a superscript.
Footnotes and endnotes should be detailed on first references; second and later references then take a short form that uses either the author’s name and a page number or the Latin term ibid and a page number if needed.
Ask your instructor what kind of notes you should use.
Word-processing software supports either approach, but footnotes are the more frequently used method.
Chicago Style lists of references should be alphabetized by the author’s surname, and presented as a “Bibliography” page that may include all sources you consulted. Ask your instructor what your list of references should include—all the sources you consulted, or only those you cite in the paper?