of a Citation
you do your research, keep a list of your sources--books, periodicals,
and the Web. Below is the type of information you need to write
down from a citation with each of its important parts labeled:
of Publication). Title of book.
City of Publisher: Publisher.
Carter, R. (1998).
Mapping the mind. Berkeley:
of California Press.
an article in a
(Date of Publication). Title
of article. Title of
Volume Number, Page Numbers.
Ratnersar, R. (1999,
January 25). The homework ate my
a full text article in EBSCOhost:
(Date of publication). Title of the
article. Title of the Periodical,
Inclusive page numbers. Retrieved
[date of access], from the [name
of database] database.
Cherek, D., & Lane, S. (2000).
Risk aversion in human
under conditions of probabilistic rewards.
Record, 50, 221-235. Retrieved
2000, from the Academic
Search Premier database.
sources on the Web:
of page creation or last revision). Full
title of the web page. Retrieved [Date
accessed], from [URL]
Green, C. (2000,
April 16). History & philosophy
web resources. Retrieved
May 22, 2000, from