When paraphrasing, include the author(s) family name and year of publication in brackets. Or, if referring to the author(s) family name in the body of the text, then just include the year of publication in brackets immediately after the family name(s).
Recent studies indicate that . . . (Carbonaro, 2012).
Carbonaro (2012) contends that . . .
Place direct quotes between double quotation marks " " and provide the page number(s) from the journal.
Carbonaro (2012) concludes that "MR-mammography allows an accurate evaluation of both breast lesions and axillary lymph nodes, useful to predict the nodal status" (p. 18).
Author. (Year). Article title. Journal Name, vol(issue), xx–xx. DOI or URL
When including journal articles in the reference list, you must italicise the title of the Journal and volume number, and include the digital object identifier (DOI) at the end of the reference (if stated).
Normoyle, C. (2013). Nurses' wellbeing. Australian Nursing Journal, 20(10), 30–33.
Online with URL (no DOI)
Moran, W. (2014). Enhancing understanding of teaching and the profession through school innovation rounds. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(3). Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/
- Give volume number (italics) and issue number (round brackets, no italics). No space between.
- Give page range of article if page numbers are shown (no ‘p.’ or ‘pp.’).
- DOI: Give DOI for print as well as online articles if one has been assigned.
- DOI format: The new recommended format looks like this: https://doi.org/10.1037/arc0000014
- ONLINE: Give URL only if no DOI. Introduce URL with ‘Available from’ if the article is accessible only via login or behind a paywall.