- Name all authors the first time you refer to the source.
- Separate each author by a comma. Join last author by ‘&’ or ‘and’.
. . . outlining the thought processes (Demacheva, Ladouceur, Steinberg, Pogossova, & Raz, 2012).
- For subsequent citations, use the first family name listed followed by et al.
- Later, name the first author followed by ‘et al.’ (a Latin abbreviation meaning ‘and others’).
Demacheva et al. (2012) outlined the through processes relevant to ...
- If cited again within that paragraph – omit the year of publication.
Demacheva et al. also found that . . .
Place direct quotes between double quotation marks " " and provide the page number(s) from the journal.
"Our findings suggest that decoupling the when and the where attention modules may play an important role in creating magic effects" (Demacheva, Ladouceur, Steinberg, Pogossova, & Raz, 2012, p. 547).
Author. (Year). Article title. Journal Name, vol(issue), xx–xx. DOI or URL
Demacheva, I., Ladouceur, M., Steinberg, E., Pogossova, G., & Raz, A. (2012). The applied cognitive psychology of attention: A step closer to understanding magic tricks. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(4), 541-549. doi:10.1002/acp.2825
- 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.