A secondary citation is created when an author is cited from within another author's work.
It is always preferable to read and cite the original work, and every effort should be made to obtain it. If the original source cannot be obtained, cite the original source, rather than the secondary source in the text of your paper, e.g., if Loftus has cited Hashimoto, but you have not seen the work by Hashimoto: Hashimoto et al1 reported that the statistical analysis suggested. In the reference list, include the work by Loftus after the work by Hashimoto and include the text ‘Cited by’:
EndNote cannot format secondary citations. Once your referenced assignment is complete, convert the document to plain text, then add the secondary citation information to the reference.
In the spirit of reconciliation, Bond University acknowledges the Kombumerri people, the traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which the university now stands. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. Read more
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