How do you cite a single author?

How do you cite a single author?

Book with a single authorIn-text citation (Paraphrase) (Cottrell, 2013)In-text citation (Quotation) (Cottrell, 2013, p. 156)Reference List. Cottrell, S. (2013). The study skills handbook (5th ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.Format: Author surname, Initial. (Year). Title of book (edition). Place of publication: Publisher.

Do you put authors in alphabetical order for apa?

Yes, an APA reference page is listed in alphabetical order by the author’s last name. When you have authors with the same last name, you alphabetize them by the first or middle initial. When you have multiple sources with the same author, use the publication year.

How do you cite two authors in APA?

Multiple Authors2 Authors: Always cite both authors’ names in-text everytime you reference them. Example: Johnson and Smith (2009) found…6 or More Authors: If a document has six or more authors, simply provide the last name of the first author with “et al.” from the first citation to the last. Example: Thomas et al.

How many authors do you cite in APA?

You may include up to 20 authors in a reference list entry.

How should your in text referencing be done for a source with two authors?

A Work by Two Authors: You should name both authors in the signal phrase or in the parentheses each time you cite their work. In the text: Smith and Jones (2000). In the parentheses: (Smith & Jones, 2000).

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