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Standard in-text citation examples are in Getting started - In-text citation.
For resources scanned into QUT Readings, use the item's link from the unit list.
Author. Year. "Title of article." Title of Journal Volume (Issue): Pages. http://www.xxxxxxx.
Schmidt, Frank L. And John. E. Hunter. 1998. "The validity and utility of selection methods in personnel psychology: Practical and theoretical implications of 85 years of research findings." Psychological Bulletin 124 (2): 262-274. https://qut.rl.talis.com/items/BB1CC421-CAF8-DFE1-D184-8EEF65905127.html.
Author. Year. "Title of chapter." In Title of book, edited by Editor, Pages. Publication place: Publisher. http://www.xxxxxxx.
Flores, Albert. 1998. "Introduction: What kind of person should a professional be?" In Professional ideas, edited by Albert Flores, 1-11. Belmont: Wadsworth. https://qut.rl.talis.com/items/BB1DD310-CAF8-DFE1-D184-8EEF65905127.html.
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If the QUT Readings link takes you directly to the item in another database or website, you should reference it as that reference type (e.g. electronic journal article, chapter in an e-book).