Please list initials without punctuations, followed by the full last name, separated by a space (e.g. MHK Bendels, DA Groneberg). Do not use “and”, and insert "et al." for more than 7 authors. The article title must be in title case. Journal title must be italicized, followed by volume number in bold. The pages of the article may be indicated when available, and article or citation number may be used instead of pages for online publications. Do not put the Journal year in parentheses.

V Pascoli, A Hiver, RV Zessen, M Loureiro, R Achargui, M Harada, J Flakowski et al. Stochastic Synaptic Plasticity underlying Compulsion in a Model of Addiction. Nature 564: 366–371, 2018. doi: 10.1038/s41586-018-0789-4

W Klümper, M Qaim. A Meta-Analysis of the Impacts of Genetically Modified Crops. PLoS ONE 9(11): e111629, 2014. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0111629


The author names and title follow the same style. Edited books must be indicated with an “ed.” after the title. The publisher name must be italicized. Please indicate edition number when available, and mention if part of a series. For book chapters, mention the chapter before the book title, insert the names of the editors after the book title, with "ed." before the period. Please provide the page range or chapter number when available.

D L Hartl, AG Clark. Principles of Population Genetics. Fourth Edition, Sinauer, 2007.

AW Franklin. Management of the Problem, The Maltreatment of Children, SM Smith, ed. MTP, Lancaster: 83-95, 2012.


The author names and title follow the same style. Provide the publisher name, report number, and year, when available. If unavailable, provide all information needed to locate the work e.g. web address.

G Glass. Electrical Safety Program: Nonelectrical Crafts at LANL, Live #12175. Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM: LA-UR-16-29637, 2016.


The author name and title follow the same style. It is not necessary to include “PhD”, “Masters”, “dissertation”, or other specifics. Please name the university, city, and country, followed by the year.

S Kashuk. Investigation of MRI Brain Changes in Developmental Coordination Disorder and Friedreich’s Ataxia. Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, 2017. Accessed on Dec 8, 2020 from