CBE Format

CBE citation style refers to the rules and conventions of the Scientific Citation Style applied to resources used in a research paper. The use of CBE citation style includes in-text citations that point to an alphabetical bibliography.

In-text citation implies the use of essential information to identify a source name-year format parenthesized. The examples of in-text citations are as follows:
Author's name in reference This concern has been expressed (Dover 2001).
Multiple authors of a work This hypothesis (Bradley and Rogers 2004) suggested this theory (Sumner, Reichl, and Waugh 2003).
Specific parts of a source Williams alludes to this premise (1998).
Two works cited (Burns 2002, Thomas 2003)
Corporate authors (United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa 1997)

Works with no author
When a work has no author, use the work's title or a shortened version of the title when citing it in text:
as stated by the presidential commission (Report 1994).
Online source with numbered paragraphs (Fox, pars. 4-5)

The bibliography page contains the list of all sources arranged in alphabetical order and containing all publishing information, including the author(s)/editor(s) name, date of publication, the complete title with only first word of the title capitalized, edition, if indicated, place of publication, the shortened name of publisher and page number.


One author:
Nabokov, V. 1955. Lolita. New York: Putnam, 445p.

Another work, same author:
---. 1999. Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited. New York: Knopf, 396p.

Two authors:
Cross, S., & C. Hoffman. 2004. Bruce Nauman: Theaters of Experience. New York: Guggenheim Museum; London: Thames & Hudson, 376p.

Three authors:
Lowi, T., B. Ginsberg, & S. Jackson. 1994. Analyzing American Government: American Government, Freedom and Power. 3rd ed. New York: Norton, 412p.

More than three authors:
Gilman, S., et al. 1993. Hysteria beyond Freud. Berkeley: U of California P, 365p.

Corporate author:
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. 1973. A Guide to the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, 358p.

Online book within a scholarly project:
Frost, R. 1999. North of Boston. Project Bartleby. Ed. Steven van Leeuwen. Available from http://www.bartleby.com/118/index.html.

Article from an online encyclopedia:
"Einstein, Albert." 1999. Encyclopaedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica. Available from http://search.eb.com/bol/topic?eu=108494&sctn=1.