How do you reference an author with the same last name?

How do you reference an author with the same last name?

When the first authors of multiple references have the same surname but different initials, include initials for the first authors in the in-text citations. Never include initials for second or subsequent authors in in-text citations. The reference list entries are written normally.

What if two authors have the same name?

If more than one author have the same last name, include all the author’s first initials in all text citations: (J. Anderson 20)

What is author surname?

Two-Part Surnames in APA Style. The APA Style format for author names in reference list entries is to provide the author’s surname(s) followed by the initials of their given name(s). Example: Lee, C. L. (2017).

How do you write two last names?

A hyphenated last name is a combined last name of two spouses. A hyphenated last name my also be called a double surname or double-barrelled surname. For example, Sarah Smith marries Adam Jones. A hyphenated last name would be Smith-Jones or Jones-Smith.

How do you cite an author with two middle names?

Always list the author’s surname before listing his or her initials. You only need to provide initials for the first and middle names, but do include initials for all middle names provided by the source. Include a comma after every last name and in-between different authors’ names.