Cite Right: CSE (Citation-Name) In-Text
This video provides a basic introduction to citing a journal article in-text in CSE Citation-Name Style.
Cite Right: CSE Citation-Name In-Text Citations
In CSE citation-name style, in-text citations are superscript numbers
Example: Smith1 found that temperatures increased after treatment.
It tells the reader that the information or idea is from another source and where they can find that source.
CSE citation-name style uses a superscript number.
For example: The hypothesis was tested.3
The superscript number comes after the period.
The number represents a bibliographical entry in the end of references.
Where does the superscript number go?
As close as possible to the relevant idea or quotation.
Example: This hypothesis was tested.4
What if the title appears in the text of my paper?
You do not need to include the superscripted number.
For example: In his article “Sleepwalking and the Elderly,” Smith reveals…
If several pieces of information are being cited, place the superscript citations in numerical order separated by a comma.
Both studies found that temperatures increased after treatment.8, 13
Don’t forget to list your references in alphabetical order in the Reference List at the end of your paper.
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