If an entry does not have a byline, begin the reference with the entry title and publication date. In Encyclopedia of chemical technology 4th ed. Entry in Mental Measurements Yearbook MMY Title of the review and authorship appears in italics at the beginning of the review narrative example provided below.
The APA style guide requires you to cite the article author, rather than the journal that published the article. Rarely would you cite an entire journal, as journals consist of many articles written by different authors.
Compose your in-text citation in parentheses, which includes the author's last name and the date of the article's publication as follows: Always put a comma in between the last name and the date. Place the period outside of the parentheses.
Utilize the following format to introduce a section with the name of the author: In-Text Citation of a Direct Quote or Statistic Place the citation after the quote and cite the author's last name, publication year and the page number where the quote can be found in the journal as follows: Do not write out "page" for the page number; use "p.
Always put a comma in between the year and the page number. Cite the author's last name, publication year and the page number when you use the author's name in a sentence to quote statistics as follows: Use the following format: Smith,Bilingual Education section, para.
Separate long quotes, quotes of 40 words or more, by indenting them from the main article. Maintain double spacing as required by APA format. Cite this Article A tool to create a citation to reference this article Cite this Article.How to Cite a Journal Article in APA In APA style journal citations, journal titles are written in title case and followed by the volume number.
Both of these fields should be italicized. For more information, please consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, (6 th ed., 2 nd printing).
Basic Form APA style dictates that authors are named last name followed by initials; publication year goes between parentheses, followed by a period. APA style does not require Database information in its citations.
You would cite the source found within the Database, such as a journal article or a photograph. Format.
To cite a journal article according to the American Psychological Association style guide, you need three pieces of information: the name of the author, the year the article was published and the journal page number(s) where the information can be accessed. (Informally Published or Self-archived Work, Manual, p.
) Individual web page. Since web pages and documents are similar to print, references to them include the same elements such as author, date, title, etc. Note that proper names and acronyms are capitalized.
EasyBib reference guide to journal citation in APA format.