What you need to include:
- Components of a journal article reference
- Sample - article in a print journal
- Sample - article in an online journal with a doi
- Sample - article in an online journal without a doi
- Punctuation and format of a journal article reference
|Print journal article references include:||Online journal article references include:|
|Author(s) of article||Author(s) of the article|
|"Title of article"||"Title of article"|
|Title of Journal||Title of Journal|
|Volume number||Volume number|
|Issue number, only when each issue starts with page 1||Issue number, only when each issue starts with page 1|
|(Year of publication)||(Year of publication)|
|doi or URL when no doi is available|
Fields marked in grey are only included where the source contains that information.
Surname, First Name. "Article title". Journal title volume number, issue number (year): pp-pp.
NB: Issue number is only given when each issue of a journal starts with new pagination. Where issues use sequential pagination, no issue number is given.
Footnote / endnote entry:
5. Black and Barnes, Fiction and social cognition, 423.
Black, Jessica, and Jennifer L. Barnes. "Fiction and social cognition: The effect of viewing award-winning television dramas on the theory of mind." Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts 9 (2015): 423-429.
Kemp, Eva, Marika Tiggerman, Jenna Orr, and Justine Grear. "Attentional retraining can reduce chocolate consumption." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 20 (2014): 94-102. doi: 10.1037/xap0000005
Balfour, Gillian. "Re-imagining a feminist criminology." Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 48 (2006): 735-752. http://heinonline.org.ezproxy.st-andrews.ac.uk/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/cjccj48&id=1
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