Author's last name, Author's first name. "Title of the Article." Name of Publication volume.issue (Year): pages. Medium of
Additional information required in citations of electronic journals:
After the page numbers, include the name of the database or website the piece comes from, and include the date the information was accessed after the medium of publication.
Mueller, Ned. "The Teddy Bears' Picnic: Four-Year-Old Children's Personal Constructs in Relation to Behavioural Problems and
to Teacher Global Concern." Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 37.4 (1996): 381-389.
Otgaar, Henry, Ingrid Candel, Harald Merckelbach, and Kimberley A. Wade. "Abducted by a UFO: Prevalence Information Affects
Young Children's False Memories for an Implausible Event." Applied Cognitive Psychology 23.1 (2009): 115-125.
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection. Web. 12 Aug. 2010.
Magazines are cited differently than journal publications. See if you can spot the difference between the journal citations above and the magazine citations below.
Davies, Paul. "Are ALIENS Among Us?" Scientific American Dec. 2007: 62-69. Print.
Citations from magazines for the general public, such as Scientific American, Time, Newsweek, or People, do not require volume or issue number, and the date is not placed in parentheses.
Brandt, Andrew. "Gummi Bears Trick a Fingerprint Scanner." PC World Aug 2004: 124-125. Academic Search
Complete. Web.10 June 2009.