Answered By: Kathryn Park Last Updated: Jul 31, 2019 Views: 37428
You'll still cite the article the way you would any other article but add [Abstract] after the article title. Here's an example:
Gaskin, D. J., Thorpe Jr., R. J., McGinty, E. E., Bower, K., Rohde, C., Young, J. H., & ... Dubay, L. (2014).
Disparities in Diabetes: The Nexus of Race, Poverty, and Place. [Abstarct].
American Journal Of Public Health, 104(11), 2147-2155.
How do you do an in-text abstract citation?
Hi Terrified Student. In text citations are derived from your References list, they are just shortened versions. So using the example above, the in text citation would look like this: (Gaskin et al., 2014)
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