How To Cite the Emotion Researcher

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citationAll individual articles, interviews, and spotlight presentations in the Emotion Researcher will be associated with a permalink, namely a unique web address (URL) that identifies the page for good and will not change over time. To find the permalink, you simply look at the web address displayed by your web browser while the page you want to cite is displayed. The following bibliographic format is recommended, although you may need to adapt it to meet the style requirements of the publication for which you are writing.

For all articles published on or after July 2017:

Author, “Title”, Emotion Researcher, ISRE’s Sourcebook for Research on Emotion and Affect, Carolyn Price and Eric Walle (Eds.), web address, date accessed.

Example:

Matravers, D. (2017), “Recent Work in the Philosophy of Empathy”, Emotion Researcher, ISRE’s Sourcebook for Research on Emotion and Affect, Carolyn Price and Eric Walle (Eds.), http://emotionresearcher.com/recent-work-in-the-philosophy-of-empathy/, accessed July 19, 2017.

For all articles published before July 2017:

Author, “Title”, Emotion Researcher, ISRE’s Sourcebook for Research on Emotion and Affect, Andrea Scarantino (Ed.), web address, date accessed.

Example:

Panksepp, J. (2013), “Subcortical Sources of our Cross-Species Emotional Feelings and Psychiatric Implications”, Emotion Researcher, ISRE’s Sourcebook for Research on Emotion and Affect, Andrea Scarantino (Ed.), http://emotionresearcher.com/the-emotional-brain/panksepp/, accessed December 5, 2013.

This website collects further information on how to cite electronic sources: http://www.ipl.org/div/farq/netciteFARQ.html.
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