Blog posts

Element

Example, including punctuation

Name of the owner of the blog, or their screen name if no real name available

Lehmiller, J. J.

Year of the posting to which you are referring

(2018)

Date the blog entry was posted (you may not be able to find this much detail - only year may be possible, or even no date)

18 June).

Title of blog entry (does not go in italics, unlike other sources)

There’s just one problem with suppressing sexual thoughts – it doesn’t work.

 

[Blog post].

 

 

 

Retrieved from

URL (address of web page)

https://www.lehmiller.com/blog/2018/6/18/theres-just-one-problem-with-suppressing-sexual-thoughtsit-doesnt-work

 

Citation in your text:

(Lehmiller, 2018)

Reference list:

Blog post with date and named author

Lehmiller, J. J. (2018, June 18). There’s just one problem with suppressing sexual thoughts – it doesn’t work. [blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.lehmiller.com/blog/2018/6/18/theres-just-one-problem-with-suppressing-sexual-thoughtsit-doesnt-work

(Lehmiller, 2018) or Lehmiller (2018) suggests that….

Blog post with named author but no date

Elias, B. (n.d.). How to Stop Feeling Judged at the Gym: The Psychology of Gym Anxiety [Blog post]. http://routineexcellence.com/stop-feeling-judged-gym-psychology-gym-anxiety/

(Elias, n.d.)… or Elias (n.d.) proposes that…

Blog post with author’s screen name only available, date included.

Neuroskeptic. (2017, October 3). Is it time to redefine statistical significance? [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/neuroskeptic/2017/10/03/redefine-statistical-significance 

(Neuroskeptic, 2017) or in a blog post, Neuroskeptic (2017) argues that….