APA style has specific formats for referencing a journal article with multiple authors for your References page. In this special Hub, I will show you the different formats for referencing a journal article with up to six authors, based on the latest edition of APA style (6th edition). I have provided numerous examples on proper formatting and what each finished reference looks like as it would appear on your References page.
In APA style a References page is a separate page at the end of your paper that includes all of the sources that you've cited throughout your paper. It includes all of the essential information to guide the reader back to a specific source to find additional information. Follow my advice and visual examples to help you create a correct References page.