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If I'm citing 2 groups that match other than the 10th author (out of 11 authors) which is correct, only listing the first 6 authors, skip the "different" author, and list the last, and treat them as otherwise "matching" groups or list the first 4, use ellipses, and list the last two, and cite them as different groups, always listing first 3 ellipses, then last 2? Such as: (full groups) Scherf, F., Van Deun, L., van Wieringen, A., Wouters, J., Desloovere, C., Dhooge, I., Offeciers, E., Deggouj, N., De Raeve, L., Wuyts, F.L., & Van de Heyning, P. (2009a). Scherf, F., Van Deun, L., van Wieringen, A., Wouters, J., Desloovere, C., Dhooge, I., Offeciers, E., Deggouj, N., De Raeve, L., De Bodt, M., & Van de Heyning, P.H. (2009b). So do you think it’s correct for them to list them as A and B? so do I have her take out the middle names (including the one that makes them different) and leave them A and B or, should the authors all be listed in the references, and citations like this? Scherf, Van Deun, van Wieringen, ... Wuyts, & Van de Heyning, 2009 Scherf, Van Deun, van Wieringen, ... De Bodt, & Van de Heyning, 2009
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If I'm citing more than one group after a quote, but only one source has the page number, how is it cited? Is this correct? ie. "adaptation following exposure to a traumatic event” (Mealer et al., 2014, p.e98; Kim & Windsor, 2015; Wei & Taormina, 2014; Kornhaber & Wilson, 2011).
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