Answered By: Kristie Jones (Brisbane)
Last Updated: 24 Feb 2017     Views: 41

When a work has an author, edition and editor, the author goes first in the reference. The edition follows after the title in brackets. The editor is then placed next with the initials followed by the author's last name. An example in APA style is below:

      Thomas, A. T. (1852). The London dispensatory: A practical synopsis of materia medica, pharmacy and

             therapeutics (11th ed.). (A. B. Garrod, Ed.). Retrieved from https://archive.org/details

             /londondispensato00thom

 

If using Mendeley, the editors will appear before the edition:

Thomas, A. (1852). The London dispensatory: A practical synopsis of materia medica, pharmacy and

      therapeutics. (A. Garrod, Ed.) (11th ed.). Retrieved from https://archive.org/details

      /londondispensato00thom

 

Both variations are accepted.

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