Can I cite myself in a paper?

Can I cite myself in a paper?

If you have made a point or conducted research in one paper that you would like to build on in a later paper, you must cite yourself, just as you would cite the work of others. For another perspective on self-citation, see Matt’s blog post, “The Northwest Passage, or Why You Should Cite Yourself Only Sparingly.”

How do you cite a paper in progress?

You will cite unpublished work the same as you would published work, with the author’s last name and the year the work is in progress or was completed.

How do you cite an Internet source in APA format?

APA website citations usually include the author, the publication date, the title of the page or article, the website name, and the URL. If there is no author, start the citation with the title of the article. If the page is likely to change over time, add a retrieval date.

How do you cite a pending publication on a CV?

Include pending work. Put publications that are still being reviewed for acceptance into a journal in italics and leave out the name of the journal you have submitted them to.

Should I include publications on my resume?

You do not have to include your publications/presentations and honors/awards. This is not to say that you can’t, but generally it is less expected that these would be included in the resume. We recommend having a supplemental list of publications and presentations to provide employers if they ask for it.

How do you cite an article for publication?

Manuscript submitted for publication. As soon as that article is accepted for publication, the status changes to in press and you can include the name of the journal in the reference. Castle, R. (in press).

How do you cite an online publication in APA?

Provide the author(s), year of posting, title of the article, name of the journal, the notation Advance online publication, and the DOI or the URL of the journal’s home page.