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APA 7th Edition Referencing: PRINT

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One author

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title. Publisher.
Stanton, B. (2015). Humans of New York: Stories. St. Martin’s Press.  (Stanton, 2015)

 

Two authors

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial., & Surname, Initial. (Year). Title: Include a subtitle if there is one. Publisher.
Edelman, S., & Remond, L. (2017). Good thinking: A teenager’s guide to managing stress and emotion using CBT. HarperCollins (Edelman & Remond, 2017)

 

Three-20 authors

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname1, Initial., Surname2, Initial., Surname3, Initial., Surname4, Initial., Surname5, Initial., Surname6, Initial., & Surname7, Initial. (Year). Title: Include a subtitle if there is one. Publisher. (Smith et al., 2017)

List all authors in reference list.

 

21+ authors

When there are 21 or more authors, include the first 19 authors’ names, insert an ellipsis and then add the final author’s name.

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname1, Initial., Surname2, Initial., Surname3, Initial., Surname4, Initial., Surname5, Initial., Surname6, Initial., Surname7, Initial., Surname8, Initial., Surname9., Initial., Surname10., Initial., Surname19, Initial., . . . Surname21, Initial. (Year). Title: Include a subtitle if there is one. Publisher. (Churchill et al., 2017)

 

No author or editor

Reference List In-text Citation
Title: Include a subtitle if there is one. (Year). Publisher.
Mosby’s medical dictionary. (2009). Mosby/Elsevier.  (Mosby’s medical dictionary, 2009)

Note: As there is no author, the title appears in the author position.

 

Bible

Reference List In-text Citation
Version used. (Year). Publisher. URL if needed (Original work published Year) 
King James Bible. (2017). Remnant. (Original work published 1769)  (King James Bible, 1769/2017, 1 Cor. 13:1)

 

Book in a series

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title. Publisher. DOI if required 
Nicholas, P. (2004). Soil, irrigation and nutrition. South Australian Resource and Development Institute. (Nicholas, 2004)

Corporate author

 

Reference List In-text Citation
Corporate author name. (Year). Title. Publisher. URL 
Department of Education. (2017). New guidelines. Board of Studies. https://www.education.gov.au/n ewguidelines (Department of Education, 2017)

An edition other than the first.

 

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title (Ordinal number ed.). Publisher.
Baum, F. (2016). The new public health (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. (Baum, 2016)

 

 

Note: An ordinal number is a number defining the position of something in a series, e.g. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th. Remove the superscript if needed.

Book chapter

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of book chapter. In Initial. Surname (Ed.), Name of book (page range of chapter). Publisher. 
Lett, W. (1989). Creativity and giftedness. In P. Langford (Ed.), Educational psychology (pp. 64- 89). Longman Cheshire. (Lett, 1989)

 

Edited book

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Ed.). (Year). Title. Publisher.
O’Higgins Norman, J. (Ed.). (2014). Education matters: Readings in pastoral care for school chaplains, guidance counsellors and teachers. Veritas. (O'Higgins Norman, 2014)

 

Single volume in a multi-volume work

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Ed.). (Year). Title of volume: Vol. no. Title of series. Publisher. 
Ward, A.W., & Waller, A. R. (Eds.). (1932). The Cambridge history of English literature: Vol. 2. The end of the Middle Ages. University Press.  (Ward & Waller, 1932)

Print journal

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of article. Title of Journal, volume(issue), pages. 
Watts, M., & Walstad, W. (2010). Economic education in an international context. Journal of Economic Education, 41(4), 410.  (Watts & Walstad, 2010)

 

Newspaper or magazine article

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Title of Magazine, volume(issue if given), pages. URL if needed 
Tolson, J. (2005, October 4). The battle that changed the world. U.S. News and World Report, 139, 56– 65. (Tolson, 2005)

 

Encyclopedia or dictionary with an author

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of article. In Initial. Surname (Ed.), Encyclopedia title (ed. If needed). Publisher. URL
Graham, G. (2019). Behaviourism. In E. N. Zalta (Ed.)., The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy (Summer 2019 ed.). Stanford University. https://plato.stanford.edu/archiv es/sum2019/ (Zalta, 2019)

 

Encyclopedia or dictionary without an author

Reference List In-text Citation
Title of article. (Year). Initial. Surname (Ed.), Encyclopedia title (pp. numbers). Publisher.
German army. (1984). In J. Keegan (Ed.), The Rand McNally encyclopedia of World War II (pp. 99-102). Colporteur Press.  ("German army, 1984")

 

Pamphlet

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title [Pamphlet]. Publisher.
Gable, S. (2008). Nurturing children’s talents [Pamphlet]. University of Missouri.  (Gable, 2008)

 

Brochure

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title [Brochure]. URL 
California Board of Psychology. (2005). For your peace of mind [Brochure]. http://www.Psychboard.ca.gov/f ormspubs/brochure.pdf (California Board of Psychology, 2005)

 

Map, graph, table or chart

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title [Format]. Publisher.
Magocsi, P. R. (2003). Population movements, 1944-1948 [Map]. University of Washington Press.  

(Magocsi, 2003)

 

Work of art

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of artwork [Artwork medium]. Where the artwork is found, City or Suburb where the artwork is found, State or Country where artwork is found. URL if applicable.
Hopper, E. (1930). Early Sunday morning [Oil on canvas]. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.  (Hopper, 1930)

Unpublished dissertation

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University name.
Wilfley, D. E. (1989). Interpersonal analyses of bulimia: Normal weight and obesity [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University of Missouri. (Wilfley, 1989)

 

Unpublished manuscript

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year). Title. [Unpublished manuscript]. Department, University name.
Blackwell, E., & Conrod, P. J. (2003). A five-dimensional measure of drinking motives [Unpublished manuscript]. Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia. (Blackwell & Conrod, 2003)

 

Unpublished conference proceedings

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year, Month conference held). Title. Paper presented at the Conference Name, City or Suburb of Conference, State or Country of Conference. 
Gidley, V. (2000, October). Working together to make the dream a reality. Paper presented at the ATSIM Indigenous Health Conference, Wahroonga, Australia. (Gidley, 2000)

 

Conference session

Reference List In-text Citation
Surname, Initial. (Year, Month Day/s). Title [Conference session]. Conference name, City, State, Country. URL 
Fistek, A., Jester, E., & Sonnenberg, K. (2017, July 12-15). Everybody’s got a little music in them: Using music therapy to connect, engage, and motivate [Conference session]. Autism Society National Conference, Milwaukee, WI, United States. https://asa.confex.com/asa/2017/webprogra marchives/Session9517.html (Fistek et al., 2017)

 

Lecture notes and personal communication

Personal communication may be unpublished lecture notes, letters, memos, personal interviews, telephone conversations, e-mail or messages etc. They are only cited within the text and not included in the Reference List

For a lecture given by Dr Ross Cole: “Job’s trials …. “ (R. Cole, personal communication, March 14, 2012) 

 

Course reader

Your course reader is made up of different types of sources. Do not reference the reader as a whole. Cite them according to the source