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Michael Frizell, Director the Writing Center Brittany Grogan, Absent Professor Prefect
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Disclaimer The basic components of an original research article are introduction, methods, results, and discussion. CSE does not specify a format for the body of a college paper, so ask your instructor for clarification.
Text page format of essays Fonts 12-point or 10-point font. The typeface is generally roman. A serif font is commonly used in publication (eg, times roman), though sans serif like Helvetica is also accepted. Indents (Varies by journal) One-half inch Spacing (Varies by journal) Double space throughout unless instructed otherwise, such as: Single space within the abstract, notes, titles and headings, block quotes, tables and figures, and references (everything but the main text), double space before and after each single spaced block. Block paragraph spacing is recommended for final manuscripts. Page numbers Every page of a research paper is numbered consecutively starting with the title page. Do not change numbering systems through the text, even with lengthy data sets or appendixes. Italics Used for journal names and Latin
Cover page Article Title Byline Author Affiliation and Site of Research Abstract Bibliographic Reference Keywords Financial and Other Support Text on the Cover Page Footline
Style of Essay Titles, Headings and Subheadings Format Title and Major Section Flush Left and Bold Title Case Applies Second Level Heading Flush Left Title Case T HIRD L EVEL H EADING Italics Small Caps Third Level Heading Italics Title Case NOTE: The third level heading is a run-in or paragraph heading
In-Text Citations: Similar to APA, in text references consist of the last name of the author or authors and the year of publication (Grogan 2012). However, a comma is not used. Works by the same author published in different years can be separated by a comma (Grogan 2010, 2012). If different works are published by the same author in the same year, add an alphabetical designator (Grogan 2012a, 2012b).
In-Text Citations: Separate two authors by the word “and” (Grogan and McCarty, 2009). If there are more than three authors, in the text list only the first author’s name, followed by et al. (Grogan et al. 2010). When several sources are used to make the same point, separate them with a semicolon (Dawson and Briggs 1974; Dawson and Jones 1974; Brown 1980).
Direct Quotes in the Paper Direct quotes (in “” marks) must be cited with the appropriate reference EXAMPLE: The report (Jones 1988) further cited "lingering confusion about the vaccination program's aims.” NOTE: Cite as close to material as possible, not necessarily at the end of the sentence. EXAMPLE: He points out that although these works are at risk for "traumatic injuries, noise- induced hearing loss, needle sticks, hydrogen sulfide and carbon monoxide poisonings, and infectious diseases,” (Smith, 1990) respiratory illness is the most recognized occupational risk.
Reference List Basics Present numbered references in alphabetical order on a separate page at the end of the manuscript. “References,” “Cited References,” “Literature Cited” or “Bibliography” Works with no more than ten (10) authors: include all authors' surnames and first and middle name initials separated by commas. Do not use periods for initials (Garcia EF 2011). Works with ten (10) or more authors: list only the first ten (10) names followed by "et al" or “and others” Some journals only require 3-6 authors Remember: Some Journals Vary in their requirements!
References: BOOKS Author(s). Date. Title. Edition. Place of publication: publisher. Extent. Notes. Author’s last name and initials Book title only the first word capitalized City (State) Punctuation in cite is specific Extent. Notes is for listing specific chapters or page numbers
Examples: BOOKS Schott J, Priest J. 2002. Leading antenatal classes: a practical guide. 2nd Ed. Boston (MA): Books for Midwives. Ferrozzi F, Garlaschi G, Bova D. 2000. CT of metastases. New York (NY): Springer.
References: PRINT JOURNALS Author(s). Date. Article title. Journal Title. Volume(issue):page numbers. No spaces between the year, volume, issues and pages Only the first word Journal Name is capitalized Use the CSE accepted Journal Abbreviations for the journal’s title
Examples: PRINT JOURNALS Smart N, Fang ZY, Marwick TH. 2003. A practical guide to exercise training for heart failure patients. J Card Fail. 9(1):49-58. Euvrard S, Kanitakis J, Claudy A. 2002. Tumeurs cutanees chez les greffes d’organe [Cutaneous tumors in organ transplant recipients]. Mresse Med. 31(40):1895-1903. French. A practical guide to exercise training for heart failure patients. 2003;9(1):49-58.
References: Conference Papers Editors(s). Date. Title. Number and name of conference; date of conference; place of conference. Place of publication: publisher. Extent. Notes. Author’s last name and initials, followed by editors. Book title only the first word capitalized Conference Title in Title Case Punctuation in cite is specific Extent. Notes is for listing specific chapters or page numbers
Examples: Conference Papers Antonioli GE, editor. 1997. Pacemaker leads 1997. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Pacemaker Leads; 1997 Sep 11-13; Ferrara, Italy. Bologna (Italy): Monducci Editore. Callaos N, Margenstern M, Zhang J, Castillo O, Doberkat EE, editors. 2003. SCI 2003. Proceedings of the 7th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics; Orlando, FL. Orlando (FL): International Institute of Informatics and Systematics.
References: ONLINE SOURCES Same as other sources (in a sense) Always include the web address (URL) No underlines! Remove the hyperlink Place [Internet] after the homepage title Include as much info as possible Make sure your source is credible Use the words Available from: before the http://... Title of Homepage [Internet]. Date of Publication. Edition. Place of publication: publisher; [date updated; date cited]. Available from: website
Example: ONLINE SOURCES APSnet: plant pathology online [Internet]. c1994-2005. St. Paul (MN): American Phytopathological Association; [cited 2005 Jun 20]. Available from: http://www.aspnet.org/ IMGT/HLA Sequence Database [Internet]. 2003-.Release 2.9.0. Cambridge (England): European Bioinformatics Institute. [updated 2005 Jun 1; cited 2005 Jun 22]. Available from: http://www.ebi.ac.uk.imgt/hla/. Savage E, Ramsay M, White J, Beard S, Lawson H, Hunjan R, Brown D. 2005. Mumps outbreak across England and Wales in 2004: observational study. BMJ [Internet]. [cited 2005 May 31]; 330(7500):1119-1120. Available from: http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/reprint/330/7500/1119 doi: 10.1136/bmj.330.7500.1119
Sample Reference List References Antonioli GE, editor. 1997. Pacemaker leads 1997. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Pacemaker Leads; 1997 Sep 11-13; Ferrara, Italy. Bologna (Italy): Monducci Editore. APSnet: plant pathology online [Internet]. c1994-2005. St. Paul (MN): American Phytopathological Association; [cited 2005 Jun 20]. Available from: http://www.aspnet.org/
The DOI: Digital Object Identifier The DOI is like a social security number for a source. It is meant to help readers find the exact source you are referencing. Like ISBN for books Can go in the Exten. Notes. All DOI numbers begin with a 10 and contain a prefix and a suffix separated by a slash. Not all sources have DOIs. If the source has a DOI, cite it after the rest of the citation is finished: Savage E, Ramsay M, White J, Beard S, Lawson H, Hunjan R, Brown D. Mumps outbreak across England and Wales in 2004: observational study. BMJ [Internet]. 2005 [cited 2005 May 31]; 330(7500):1119-1120. Available from: http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/reprint/330/7500/1119 doi: 10.1136/bmj.330.7500.1119
Helpful Websites and Sources Used to Create this Presentation: Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors and Publishers 7 th Edition http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/electric/quickguides/docs/CSEhome.html Very helpful for references http://irsc.libguides.com/content.php?pid=167231&sid=1422503 General style
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