Guidelines on style for scientific writing


STYLE FOR CITED PUBLICATIONS



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STYLE FOR CITED PUBLICATIONS

  • Use Endnote or a similar reference-managing software to deal with more than a few cited publications (references).

  • Cite references consistently in the style required by the publisher. If the style does not exist in your referencing software you will have to find something close, then either edit the style or edit the final list of references. Check that the style format in the software is correct: sometimes the format in which you have entered the references makes a difference.

  • Make sure you give part numbers for journals or magazines that start with page 1 in each issue (e.g. Physician and Sportsmedicine).

  • Make sure every publication referred to in the article is in the reference list, and vice versa.

  • There is no agreed style for citing material published only on the Web. See American Psychological Association (undated) for a short Web page on the problems. See also the Web document by Land (1998).

  • The style for articles at the Sportscience site is unique, but similar to that of Psychopharmacology, Biological Psychiatry, or Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. In the body of the article refer to publications in this manner: Jones (1999), Jones and Brown (1999), and for three or more authors, Jones et al. (1999). When the citation is in parentheses, the style of citation is as follows: (Jones, 1999; Jones and Brown, 1999; Jones et al., 1999).

  • Here are examples of the style of the reference list for Sportscience articles:

Brown AB, Jones CD (1999). The title of a paper. Sports Journal 100, 23-46

Jones CD, Smith AB, Brown EF (1999). The title of another paper. Journal of Sport 100, 23-46

Smith CD, Brown AB (1999). This is the book title (second edition). City, State: Sport Publishers

Smith CD, Jones AB (editors) (1999). This is the title of the edited book (second edition). City, Country: Free Press

White AB (1999). This is the title of the book chapter. In Brown EF, Jones AB, Smith CD (editors): This is the book title (pages 33-44). City, State: Science Press

White AB, Brown CD (1999). The title of a paper in a Web journal. Sports Journal 2(3), site.url/directory/subdirectory/filename.html (1234 words)

White AB, Jones CD (1999). The title of a Web document. site.url/directory/subdirectory/filename.html: Host or Publisher




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