Main sources: books, manuals and design articles in the scientific and methodological journals, collections of scientific and scientific and methodical works, conference materials, web pages on the Internet. When they are used to correct registration of their references, as discussed below. Can also be used unpublished materials. In the case of manuscripts is indicated in parentheses after the name of the source. If you are using an oral statement by the expert, it is also mentioned in the text of the paper. Footnotes are drawn at the bottom of the function Insert / Reference / Footnote. In a footnote, is required to specify the full name of the source (copied from the list of references) and the page numbers.
(See sample) All primary sources in the footnotes and bibliography, but the author and title work should be named publisher and year of publication, the total number of pages. Magazine and newspaper articles in the footnotes and the references are made as follows, first name and initials written in the article's author, then the name of the article. Then, through the / / name of the magazine or newspaper, where they were published, year of publication issue number, page. Footnotes are made single-spaced, no indent. FOOTNOTES requires absolutely all the papers Including exchange of psychology (the modern requirements of universities). Number of footnotes and references at least one on each page. Footnotes are placed in quotations, definitions from various sources, taken from the sources of the formulas, examples, tables, figures, statistics – that is, the borrowed material. EXAMPLES OF EXCHANGE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1.
The essence and importance of voluntary activities of students 1.1. Self work of students, its symptoms and conditions for the organization. 1.2. Classification of individual works 1.3. The value of individual works in teaching younger pupils Conclusions 2. Analysis and conducting experimental work on study the problem of 2.1. General characteristics of primary school children, their learning and play activities 2.2. Preparation and conducting of pedagogical experiment 2.3. Our analysis Findings Conclusions References Application Help-Diplom.Ru Coursework in Psychology