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mizzerzzmusical's picture
Joined: Jul 2007

If the article I'm using for my research paper has 2 authors do I use both of their names in the citation?

ex. Blah blah blah (Smith & Jones 1).

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pianogirl2422's picture
Joined: Mar 2005

Yes, you do. I don't think they have to be in alphabetical order, probably in the order they appear on the book. Just put an and between the names.

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