Author First author's last name, followed by the initials. Hopkins, the lead scientist at the University of Oceania's Biological Research Center, indicates that Citing an Author or Authors Two Authors: Name both authors in the signal phrase or in the parentheses each time you cite the work.
If you are using the exact wording, use quotation marks. If there are more than three you are allowed to use the first name listed in your bibliography plus "et al.
A research paper requires searching for information pertinent to a given subject, organizing it, and presenting it effectively in written form. If you are citing a part of a larger work, you should give the title, followed by a comma, the word "In" followed by the larger work, and then add "[Online]" or "[CDROM]" as appropriate, followed by a period.
Sources Without Page Numbers When an electronic source lacks page numbers, you should try to include information that will help readers find the passage being cited.
Journal Article Armstrong, P. Citing a Printed Work with Multiple Authors Mention the names of the authors leading up to the quote or data. You may be required to use slightly different formats for other papers, such as papers submitted for publication to refereed journals, each of which typically have their own styles.