Article citations in your list of references generally use the following structure:
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (2009). Title of article: Subtitle of article. Name of journal, volume number(issue
number), page numbers. DOI
Journal article, single author, from a journal with continuous pagination, with a DOI:
Yuksel, I. (2015). The role of renewables in meeting Turkey's energy demand. Energy Sources Part A: Recovery,
Utilization & Environmental Effects, 31, 1915-1925. doi:10.1080/15567030802462911
Journal article, 2-20 authors, from a journal with separate pagination, without a DOI:
Ballard, S. D., March, G., & Sand, J. K. (2015). Creation of a research community in a K-12 school research and evidence
based practice. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 4(2), 8-36. Retrieved from
Journal article, 21 or more authors:
Guyatt, G., Cairns, J., Churchill, D., Cook, D., Haynes, R. B. Hirsh, J., Irvine, J., Levine, M., Levine, M., Nishikawa, J., Sackett, D., Brill-
Edwards, P., Gerstein, H., Gibson, J.,Jaeschke, R., Kerigan, A., Neville, A., Panju, A., Detsky, A., Enkin, M., Frid, P... Tugwell, P.
(1992). Evidence-Based Medicine: A New Approach to Teaching the Practice of Medicine. JAMA, 268(17), 2420-2425.
Magazine article, with publication months, continuous pagination:
Ferguson, S. (1990, September/October). America's frustration with the homeless. Utne Reader, 41, 50-55.
Newspaper article, with publication month and day:
Lohr, S. (2004, December 3). Health care technology is a promise unfinanced. The New York Times, p. C5.
Newspaper article, no author:
Environmental audits being considered by EC. (1991, February 11). Wall Street Journal, p. A8.
Based upon the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th edition, section 10.01., and the College of St. Scholastica.