Gathering information from the first page of the article
The image below shows the first page of that article as it appears in the actual journal.
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- Notice the information on the first page of the article. As shown in the image above, you should look for the name of the journal the article was published in; this information is often at the very top or the very bottom of the page.
- You should expect to see information about the specific issue of the publication - the volume and number or volume and issue.
- You should also expect to see the names of the author or authors, along with a note mentioning their credentials or what university or organization they are affiliated with. Sometimes you will just see the abbreviations for their degrees (Like Ph.D or MFA) next to their name/s.