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APA - Referencing Guide

E-books

Information

•  Some e-books are assigned a DOI, which should also be included in your reference if given.

Format

Standard format for citation

DOI available:

Author, A., and Author, B.(date of original publication). Title of e-book: Subtitle. Publisher. DOI

 

URLavailable:

Author, A., and Author, B.(date of original publication). Title of e-book: Subtitle. Publisher. URL

Examples

Electronic books

Eckes, T. (2000). The developmental social psychology of gender. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. https://prospero.murdoch.edu.au:443/record=b1600608

Bass, L., Clements, P., & Kazman, R. (2003). Software architecture in practice (2nd ed.). Addison-Wesley. https://prospero.murdoch.edu.au:443/record=b3165895

Chapter from an electronic book

Jones, N. A., & Gagnon, C. M. (2007). The neurophysiology of empathy. In T. F. D. Farrow & P. W. R. Woodruff (Eds.), Empathy in mental illness. Cambridge University Press. https://prospero.murdoch.edu.au:443/record=b2130403

Article from an electronic encyclopaedia

Lai, M. C. C. (1999). Hepatitis delta virus. In A. Granoff & R. Webster (Eds.), Encyclopedia of virology (2nd ed.). Academic Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-012374410-4.00417-9

Article from an electronic dictionary: No author

Suffragettes. (2016). In J. Palmowski (Ed.), A dictionary of contemporary world history (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. https://prospero.murdoch.edu.au:443/record=b2902355

Article from an electronic reference work: No author

Alka-Seltzer. (2019). In MIMS online. MIMS Australia. http://www.mimsonline.com.au