All references should be listed according to the APA (American Psychological Association) System. Citations in the text should list the author’s surname only, year of publication and page number(s) if required, all enclosed in parentheses. The order of presentation is as follows:
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a) From early in the 1920s women began to make their own contributions to the dialogue … (Horney, 1926).
b) Freud (1915, p. 226) discovered that the girl’s delusion …
c) According to Budman and Gurman (1983)…
A full list of references must be placed at the end of the manuscript, arranged in alphabetical order using authors’ surnames; when there is more than one reference from an author, these should be listed chronologically. Contributors are reminded that the style used to note references in the journal needs to be consistent, and are therefore asked to follow closely the usage in this current issue. References should be accurate, complete and unabbreviated. The order of presentation is as follows:
For Journal Articles
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a) Hoyt, M.F. (1987). ‘Resistance to Brief Therapy’. American Psychologist, 42, 408–9.
b) Stechler, C. (1985). ‘The Study of Infants Engenders Systematic Thinking’. Psychoananalytic Inquiry (5)4, 531–42.
Author’s surname (comma) initials (period) date of publication in parentheses (period) chapter title (if any) in roman type and sentence case (period) title of book in italics and sentence case (period) place of publication (colon) publisher (comma) page numbers if needed (period)
a) Hare, R.M. (1963). Freedom and Reason. Oxford, Clarendon Press.
For Edited Books
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a) Harris, M. (1977). The Tavistock training and philosophy. In D. Daws and M. Boston (Eds.), The child psychotherapist. London: Wildwood House.