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When providing two or more authors' names in a parenthetical citation, use "and" to join the names, not the ampersand symbol. For example, (Lastname, Lastname, and Lastname, year, p. X).

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Asked by RRU_Library, Last updated: Apr 02, 2020

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Answered Mar 16, 2019

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Use the ampersand within in-text citations and the references: (Lastname, Lastname, & Lastname, year, p. X). Use and when listing authors within a sentence: Lastname, Lastname, and Lastname (year) studied XYZ (p. X). ####
 

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