At the end of a paper or publication the reference list is included. Here you find references of all of the publications that are cited in the text. Do not include references of publications that are not cited in the text. The reference list is named "Reference list" or "References". The references are arranged in alphabetical order. Please note however: never change the order of author names within a reference! The rules for sorting the references you find in the next box.
Some basic rules for the reference list:
In the next part of this module you find reference examples for different publication types. Pay attention to punctuation, use of italics, parentheses and brackets and the use of upper and lower case. These are prescribed. Not all of the rules of the Publication manual with regard to references are given here. For complete information, please use the manual.
As said, the references are arranged in alphabetical order by the surname of the first author followed by his or her initials. Please note: never change the order of author names within a reference!
Use the following rules for special cases:
Kaufman, J. R. (2014).
Kaufman, J. R., & Cochran, D. F. (2012).
Kaufman, J. R., Jones, K., & Cochran, D. F. (2008).
Kaufman, J. R., & Wong, D. F. (2014).
Kaufman, J. R., & Jones, K. (2009).
Kaufman, J. R., & Jones, K. (2011).
Kaufman, J. R. (2010a). The control . . .
Kaufman, J. R. (2010b). Roles of . . .
Eliot, A. L. (2014).
Eliot, G. E. (2010).