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Referencing Style Guide: Three or more authors

Three or more Authors - Reference List

Duchesne, S., McMaugh, A., Bochner, S., & Krause, K-L. (2013). Educational psychology for learning and teaching (4th ed.). Cengage Learning.

Surname, A. B., Surname, C. D., Surname, E. F., & Surname, G. H. (year of publication). Book title (edition if 2nd or higher). Publisher.

Note:  If referencing a book with 21 or more authors, see Articles - Referencing Basics.

Three or more Authors - In-Text Citation

Duchesne et al. (2013) found ...

... deemed critical for athletes (Duchesne et al., 2013).

Note: When a source has three or more authors, cite only the surname of the first author followed by ' et al.' from the initial citation.
When appearing in brackets, a comma must follow et al.

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