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In-text

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Reference List

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Journal article scanned into QUT Readings

Template

Author. Year. "Title of article." Title of Journal Volume (Issue): Pages. http://www.xxxxxxx.

Example

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.

Book chapter scanned into QUT Readings

Template

Author. Year. "Title of chapter." In Title of book, edited by Editor, Pages. Publication place: Publisher. http://www.xxxxxxx.

Example

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.

Notes

These examples apply only to resources scanned into QUT Readings.

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).